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Carmel Market

Tel Aviv

Israel

Contributed by 
Ethan Kent
Project for Public Spaces
 on 
May 18, 2005
December 14, 2017

It remains a popular place in a city fearful of public gatherings.

What makes it Great?

Why it doesn't work?

This is Tel AvivÍs largest market and offers a large variety of fresh food. The market is just south of downtown, off the corner of Shenkin and Alenbi Streets. On Tuesdays and Fridays, the adjacent Nahalat Binyamin Street becomes a lively street market with stalls selling jewelry, arts and crafts. There are also cafes and restaurants in the neighbouring streets.

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