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Bialik – The Poet, The House, The Street

Just off Allenby Street, which is a somewhat rundown commercial street in the heart of Tel Aviv, is another street, which is a real jewel. It’s Bialik Street. The street is named after Haim Nachman Bialik, Israel’s national poet, and for a good reason – he lived here. Other very wealthy residents of Tel Aviv lived here too and seeing the homes they lived in makes a stroll down this street so wonderful. Bialik was born in Russian Ukraine in 1874. Although born into a typical orthodox household and having a yeshiva education he was inspired by the Zionist movement and wrote many stories and poems in Hebrew as well as in his native Yiddish. One of Bialik’s most famous poems is City of Slaughter

בקרוב יהיו כאן פוסטים ששווה לחכות להם!
שווה להמשיך ולעקוב...
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