Jaffa's clock tower is a landmark. It is located in the middle of Jefet street where it has measured minutes since 1903. At that time Jaffa was a hoppin' spot and Tel Aviv was little more than a sandy strip.
Civic contributions by both Arabs and Jews made the construction of the clock possible.
Today this neighborhood of old Yafo (Jaffa) sees many tourists, both foreign and local. It is a good place to find a lunch, an ATM, or to browse the nearby flea market.
The road pictured here runs to the mound of the ancient city.
Bible Land Explorers who desire a more intimate view to the landscape featured in the gospels should consider walking across Galilee on the Jesus Trail, January 8-16, 2019. Vehicle support is provided and will return the group each night to a hotel. Contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. The trip is priced from New York at $2,588 and will be limited in size. See itinerary here.