Sarona: So what’s an 1870’s German Templer village doing in the middle of Tel Aviv?
Join seasoned tour guide, Yoram Preminger for a virtual presentation of Israel...off the beaten path. Sarona, a small area in Tel Aviv, was first established by German Christians in 1871, almost 40 years before the establishment of Tel Aviv. Nowadays the old houses serve as a cultural, recreational and shopping complex. In between, Sarona went through many changes. Exploring these changes will shed light on the historical developments in the Land of Israel in the past 150 years. This is program is powered by seniors but is open to everyone!
TOUR GUIDE BIO: Yoram was born in the United States and lived in New Jersey until the age of nine, when his family moved to Israel. He is a graduate of Tel Aviv University film Making School. Since completing the Ministry of Tourism's guiding course, Yoram has been working for more than 30 years as a tour guide with a variety of groups and individuals from English speaking countries. Yoram works with Jewish organizations and with Christian Pilgrim groups, with youngsters and family groups. He also works with special interest groups that come for educational programs and seminars about Israel.
To view a preview of Yoram's work, please click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN0EdotFE6I