Hanukkah in Tel Aviv
December 12-20, 2017
Every year, The City of Tel Aviv installs giant Ménorah in all the city…
If you want to participate in the miracle of Hanukkah, we advise you:
➡ Port de Tel Aviv
Every night of Hanukkah, come to the port of Tel Aviv –> The first Selfie hanukia
A huge 6-meter tall hanukia will display Selfie pictures of the visitors on LIVE
In addition, each evening, Hanukkah candles will be illuminated with video animation according to the holiday season
During Hanukkah, the Tel Aviv Port will dock at the edge of the pier. A 6 meter interactive interactive hanukia that will display LIVE images of the visitors at the port. Visitors to Tel Aviv Port will be actively involved in building the menorah by photographing Selfie near the Hanukkah, and their pictures will be displayed in real time on the menorah. In addition, every evening a candle will be lit at the head of the menorah through video animation in accordance with the holiday.
In order to star on the menorah:
1) Taking a Salafi picture in the Tel Aviv port
2) Upload the picture to your personal Facebook and tag #PORTLV . (Make sure that the image is public)
3) Within minutes the picture will appear on the interactive menorah!
December 12-20, between 16: 00-23: 00
The Tel Aviv Port
Candles lighting and tasting donuts at 5:30pm
➡ Place Habima
➡ Place Rabbin
Candles lighting at 5pm (Friday at 3:45pm and Saturday at 8:30pm)
➡ Tel Aviv cinematheque
Candles lighting at 5:30pm
➡ Shouk Acarmel
Near Allenby street –> candles lighting at 5:30pm
Do you know that?
This giant “Menorah”, called the Candlestick of Peace, arranged at the exit of the Arrivals Hall at Ben Gurion Airport was designated by Salvador Dali!
On June 21, 1998, the 5-meter-high monumental version of the Candlestick of Peace was offered to Israel by Jean-Paul Delcourt and inaugurated at the Ben-Gurion Airport as part of the 50 years of Israel’s creation.
Jean-Paul Delcourt is the owner of the patrimonial author rights of certain Dali sculptures, jewels and medals, including “La Menorah Dalinienne”.
10 years later it will be for the sixties of the creation of the State of Israel that this work will be moved to the new International Airport 2000 where it can now be admired by all those who visit Israel.
It is a strong symbol that combines Judaic tradition with contemporary art.
It is certainly thanks to his wife and muse Gala, Jewish of Russian origin, that Dali was inspired by Judaism to create approximately 250 works related to it.
Thank you Dali !!!