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Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020.

The Carmel market, established in the 1920s, is bordered by Allenby Street and Magen David Square and is principally located along Carmel Street (which becomes King George Street after Magen David Square), but has expanded over time to Nahalat Binyamin Street.

Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020. / Kobi Richter/TPS

The market is open every day of the week except Shabbat, and sells mostly food but also home accessories and flowers. On Tuesdays and Fridays, independent artists and vendors sell unique works of art, crafts, and jewelry.

Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020. / Kobi Richter/TPS
Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020. / Kobi Richter/TPS
Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020. / Kobi Richter/TPS
Abundance of fruits, vegetables, pastry, candy and so many more food items in the Carmel Market (Shuk Hacarmel) in Tel Aviv, January 27, 2020. / Kobi Richter/TPS
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