Tel Aviv braces for 8th annual 'Love Parade'

Hundreds of thousands of revelers are expected to take part in the eight annual 'Love Parade' in Tel Aviv on Friday.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 21, 2005 07:54

 
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Hundreds of thousands of revelers are expected to take part in the eight annual 'Love Parade' in Tel Aviv on Friday. Due to the parade, several roads will be closed to traffic. The Herbert Samuel Promenade will be closed until 7 p.m., between Sheleg and Koifman. From 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. the following streests will be closed to traffic on both directions: Ha'Yarkon, Koifman, from Jerusalem Blvd and Rokah Street, between Even Gvirol and Ha'Yarkon.



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