Tel Aviv Port

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The Tel Aviv Port with the Yarkon Peninsula and the Yarkon River

Tel Aviv Port (נמל תל אביב; Namal Tel Aviv) was an old port in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was used between the years 1938 and 1965. It was next to the mouth of the Yarkon River. After it closed in 1965, it was moved to Ashdod Port and became a warehouse area. In the 2000s, it was renovated and became a ​​commercial and recreational area. Programs of reconstruction and rehabilitation are being carried out after more than ten years. The Tel Aviv Port was a part of a big development area called the Yarkon River Peninsula. It was built beside the Orient Fair and looks like a peninsula from above. The area around the port was built in the 1930s.

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Coordinates: 32°5′47.34″N 34°46′23.71″E / 32.0964833°N 34.7732528°E / 32.0964833; 34.7732528