We all know I’m taking quirky and weird photography. When my mum watch pictures from my travels she always ask why would I take photos of all that? Window shutters, Vespa’s and bus stops. I just do, I like those and simply cant resist. I have the same with street art.
As you all know I love Israel. I think it is a superb country and Tel Aviv is my favourite spot on Earth. I come here a lot, and I’m kind of bored of writing general articles, therefore I have decided to start a special series of posts called ‘Israel Diaries’.
Poznan, a hidden gem of Poland. City of Ostow Tumski, Prussian Castle and amazingOld Town, Stary Rynek. Great restaurants, cozy cafes and vibrant nightlife. All that with student friendly atmosphere.
Tel Aviv Art is neither patronized nor sacred, it mingles with everyday life routine on street corner and amazes in national museums and private galleries.
Akko, a city with a dual spirit, a rare blend of East and West and a unique meeting place of art and religion, is a place with the remains of many cultures.
The Holy City of Jerusalem is, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the most fascinating and combined city in the whole of Israel. Christianity, Judaism and Islam!
Bethlehem is believed to be the place of Jesus’ birth and hometown of David, King of Israel. So Jewish and Christians consider this a holly city as well!
Jaffa, an ancient city which dates back to biblical times. It is a true melting pot culturally, ethnically, religiously. Total addiction for all art lovers.
The White City – Tel Aviv display a little of ‘famous party destinations’ attitude but it is a perfect city for escapism and enjoyment and a lot of fun!