A tour of the Ramat Hasharon neighborhood and the old central bus station.
In the neighborhood, which has been disintegrating and is now returning to full splendor.
Hear about the old man from Nahariya, who built the first electric power station here in Israel.
During the tour, we will hear about Beit Hadar, which is lined with a Washingtonian Palm Trees as evidence of the East Fair that gave rise to Ben-Gurion Airport, about the neighborhood grocery store, which was built under the water tower, and inside palaces, we will see magnificent murals that have been preserved.
Later on the tour, you hear about the love of Itamar Ben Avi for Leah Avoshadid, about the escape of the rich family for revenge, about a secret tunnel carved by the Irgun and exposed by the Haganah, and of the childhood landscape of Hanoch Levin.
From there, we descend to the renovated Central Bus Station, the phenomenon of prostitution and refugees who are both slowly disappearing from the landscape, and more.