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here are some beutiful pictures that have been taken long time ago...

dizingof centre 1976


Atarim square 1973


promanade of Tel-aviv 1974


Beit Ma'ariv 1976


central bus station 1970


the "Bursa" compound (city gate) 1973

and 1980

Yad eliyahu (nokia) arena 1964

and 1970
 

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more....

shalom tower 1964


and 1965


and another one


dizengof square 1965



IDF parade 1962 -beit ma'ariv



malchey israel (today rabin) square - 1980



jaffa - 1966



and 1963



and 1960



and finally Tel-aviv from above - 1950

 

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Ayalon 1991





 

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dizengof center 1976.. :puke:
 

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yes it was really , ugly. (dizengoff centre)
 

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yes, stupid people destroyed it ! they didn't have any respect for history
 

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I never knew that dizingoff square had a kikar thingy....
wow :)


ummmm with Dizingoff square itself....ummmm why is the pathway so small? i mean..it looks bigger now?
Were they building the mall so to speak or were they just contructing something. What was it before?
 

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Tel Aviv looks so different when it comes to looking at it before the skyscraper boom.
 

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older pictures of Tel-aviv, from the days that it was a little and young town.
in the beggining ther was only sand - 1909


and then, they started to build it -
rotschild boulevard 1910

and here -1912

Herzl street - 1912

there were very beautiful house (that were destroyed since then) 1912
nahlat bejamin

and briskly a central bus station was built 1920
 

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the industry had strated to develop 1920

but they still needed the help of some traditional transportation 1920

it was the beggining of the british mandate and the Lord Balfour came to visit
1925

back then, there weren't gay parades , only purim parades :) 1928

there was even a casino! 1930
 
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