The five streets that became Tel-Aviv. The tour follows the story of 66 Jewish families, gathered on a desolate sand dune to parcel out land by lottery, using seashells, on what would become Rothschild Boulevard. The first hotel, street light, high-school, shopping center, photographer, kiosk, and silent film theater. The tour also focuses on the unique architectural styles in Tel Aviv, such as Bauhaus and Eclectic style. From the establishment of Gymnasia Hertzliya to the declaration of the State of Israel. What name did Akiva Weiss give his daughter? Why did the Russian embassy have an open roof? How many camels were allowed to get on a train without an escort? What are the nine names of Tel-Aviv? Why did Dizengoff, the first mayor, showed up wearing pajamas to an important city conference?