Tel Aviv, Israel’s vibrant seafront city known for its artistic spirit and dynamic street culture, boasts a rich tapestry of graffiti that changes with and often reflects the times. Many neighborhoods in Tel Aviv offer guided tours, providing an opportunity to explore Israeli culture through the medium of graffiti and emerging street art that embellish the urban landscape. Graffiti can be found in hidden corners and narrow alleyways, between carpentry shops and garages, on walls and the exterior of buildings at street height and several storeys high.
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