Photographer's Note

Clock-Square/circle in Old-Jaffa is the most notable center in the area. It had gone through massive renovation effort in recent years.
The clock-tower originally built in 1906 by the Ottoman-Empire in honor of the 25 years to power by the Turkish Sultan Abdul Hamid II. The square served as an important center in the 19th century and the buildings around held many government offices.
This was the entrance to old Jaffe back in time.
A wikipedia page about the history of the Clock-Tower.
Picture taken on late afternoon's low light, with exp. Bias of +1/3 .
Location of the Clock-tower square: 32.055, 34.75625

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