Finally, some murals to contribute to Monday Murals meme.
These were on sidewalk level of a tall building in Rishon LeZion, now our fourth biggest city.
Rishon was founded in 1882 by Jews who came from the Russian Empire to farm the land of Israel.
Here is the same old water tower in real life.
See the bell tower in back of the orchestra?
Not many farmers could afford clocks or watches back then, so they relied on the bell-ringer to signal the times of day (or to warn of emergencies).
Here is the same bell today, in front of the old synagogue and next to the history museum.
You can ring it!