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¡Felicidades! Aguri! Felicitations! Herzlichen Glückwunsch! – On the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel

¡Felicidades! Aguri! Felicitations! Herzlichen Glückwunsch! Four cultural institutes in Tel Aviv wish Israel many happy returns on its birthday.

A bus adorned with messages of congratulation drove on Friday, 9 May from 10:00 to 18:00 h through Tel Aviv playing modern music from Germany, Spain, Italy and France, and it stopped at highly frequented locations, where anyone was welcome to get on.

In the bus the guests had the chance to take part in a quiz on the four countries and demonstrate how much they knew. At the end of the tour there was a draw and the lucky ones each won a language course.


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The tour was accompanied by language teachers and if desired the guests were taught elementary expressions in the respective language. Learning foreign languages was thus rendered tangible and a multilingual world was opened up in a playful and simple form.

Bus Tour - Stops:

10:00 Kikar Rabin- Ibn Gvirol 71
11:00 Jaffo, Kikar HaShaon- David Raziel
12:00 Tel Aviv Port - HaYarkon 311 corner of Jordei HaSira
13:00 Rothschild Blvd. 28- corner of Allenby
14:00 Museum Tel Aviv- Shaul HaMelech (direction Ibn Gvirol)
15:00 Rothschild Blvd. 108
16:00 Kikar Dizengoff- Dizengoff St.100
17:00 Kikar HaMedina- HaBeiar 14
18:00 Terminus HaYarkon Park

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