Before and After Coronavirus Spoiled Israel's Independence Day Celebrations

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Rabin Square on Independence Night, 2020
Haaretz
Haaretz

In normal times, Israel's Independence Day is an opportunity for Israelis to pack the beaches, parks and other public places armed with inflatable hammers, foam spray containers and barbecue grills. This year the coronavirus outbreak created a different reality. Haaretz’s photographer Moti Milrod revisited festival sites he had documented in previous years, and photographed a completely different holiday.

Tel Aviv's Charles Clore Park on independence day, 2020
Tel Aviv's Charles Clore Park on independence day, 2017
Tel Aviv's Charles Clore Park on independence day, 2020
Tel Aviv's Charles Clore Park on independence day, 2014
A Tel Aviv beach on independence day 2020
The flyover on Independence Day, 2019
Rabin square on independence night, 2020
Rabin square on independence night, 2017.
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Rabin square on independence night in 2017
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Independence night celebrations in 2017
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