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November 08, 1991 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-11-08

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with both Jewish and uni-
versal themes. Some shops
cater to Christian pilgrims.
There are also fashion
stores, many of them selling
leather goods and clothes
with a special Middle East-
ern flavor. Bargain hunters
might also want to visit
Jaffa's famous flea market,
though this is not open at
night.
The restaurants are equal-
ly as diverse. Indian,
Chinese, Mediterranean and
Middle Eastern cooking are
all popular. However, not
surprisingly, since Jaffa is a
port city, fish restaurants
are the local specialty. There
is a street full of relatively
inexpensive fish restaurants
near the city's clock tower,
built by the British. For
those with more money to
spend, the quayside in the
port has a number of
prestigious fish restaurants.
Diners can enjoy their St.
Peter's fish, a local delicacy,
in an appropriate setting
near St. Peter's Church.
This 18th century Baroque
church is by far the largest
building in Old Jaffa.
Next to St. Peter's Church
is a monastery, built by the
Crusaders and used cen-
turies later by Napolean as
headquarters when his
troops camped there in 1799.
The Roman Vespasian and
the British General Allenby
were other great warriors
who held Jaffa over the ages.
Until its renovation in the
'60s, the city had fallen into
disrepair. Much of the
southern part of Jaffa re-
mains undeveloped, but the
northern part of the city,
known as Old Jaffa, is a
tribute to the best that ur-
ban renewal has to offer.
Entertainment can also be
found in Jaffa. The Israel
Experience shows a multi-
screen entertainment cap-
turing the essence of the
Jewish State, from morning
to midnight. There are a
number of discotheques and
nightclubs featuring top ar-
tists from both Israel and
abroad.
For those who like more
cultural activities, the Tel
Aviv municipality intends
extending its summertime
"Jaffa Nights" festival. In-
troduced as a series of free
outdoor concerts and theater
performances, this event was
upgraded in 1988 as part of
Israel's 40th anniversary
celebrations.

Correction

The Temple Beth El
family trip to Israel will
be Feb. 8-21, 1992.

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