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Address3 Daniel Frisch Street
The Tower, 17th Floor
Tel Aviv 64731
Israel
Phonelocal: (03) 696.4166
international: +972.3.696.4166
Faxlocal: (03) 696.4160
international: +972.3.696.4160
Emailtelavivembassy@dfa.ie

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Mrs Marian Doyle
Wed, 30 May 2012 13:36 EDT
music practice
Hello, I contacted you already just asking about the @safety' of going to Tel Aviv. Well. I have a different query now?? I am studying music here in Ireland, and I wondered if there was anyplace in Tel Aviv where I could practice piano for say one hour now and again.? Of course I am willing to pay for such; I phoned two schools of music, but language was hebrew or such!! I will be staying in the ' Also...I am a practising catholic and like 'eucharistic adoration'!! I phoned St. Peter's ,b but alas, all in hebrew too.I will be staying at the
Great Beach Hotel' from 4th to 14th June. Marian..with sincere thanks
bita
Mon, 25 Oct 2010 09:16 EDT
Dear Sir/Madam
My name is bita, I'm 26 years old from Iran & Living in Tehran. I have been studies Business Management in Tehran Univesity.also i have been studies english in london for 2 years.Right now I am working in pars online company .
It would be grateful if you contact me in case of Job opportunity.
bitamo84@yahoo.co.uk
tel: +98 912 4942956

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