Giclée print of original oil on canvas painting. Rechov Herzl, or Herzl St. was one of the first shopping streets in Tel Aviv, and is home to some very interesting architecture. Not part of the Bauhaus fashion, the buildings were designed as a post modern mix of middle eastern, eastern European and Western European design. Harzl 15, housed the first shopping mall in Israel, as well as the second elevator in the young country. It is a wonderful place to eye the beauty of the past and read the history etched into the walls.