In Pictures: Good Night Shuk HaCarmel

The famous Tel Aviv market offers a glimpse into the lives of Israel's merchant class.

By MAGALI DRUSCOVICH
June 25, 2015 14:34
1 minute read.
Shuk HaCarmel

Shuk HaCarmel after dark. (photo credit: MAGALI DRUSCOVICH)

 
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When the windows are shut and tourists head back to their hotels and guest houses, the famous Tel Aviv market, Shuk HaCarmel can relax. Good night lights, good night bright colors; until the market place reopens the following day.


Shuk HaCarmel after dark

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Last sales before closing



19:00 and the local's start to close



Merchants throw away fruit, trash in the streets - tomorrow brings a new day



Streets of the shuk covered in trash



Shuk scenes





Merchants store their remaining merchandise behind the main streets



Work items



20:30 and a few remaining businesses stay open to sift through what they can use again tomorrow



Taking a break before continuing with street cleaning



Once the trash is cleared, water will be used to wash the day away



A dumpster arrives to remove garbage at the end of the day



Allenby and HaCarmel



Goodnight Shuk HaCarmel




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