The Benjamin Duhl Center for the Performing Arts

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Located in the heart of the Hatikva neighborhood, thousands of visitors each year fill the 620 seats of The Duhl Center for cultural events, shows and performances. The center was established thanks to the contribution of Benjamin Duhl, who was born in Tel Aviv. During the first Gulf War (1991) the theater was damaged by a Scud missile, but nonetheless continued to operate as renovations took place thanks to Mr. Duhl’s commitment to the center.

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