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eclectic style buildings aside of the international style (a 20th cen. european one). which made UNESCO to declare Tel Aviv aworld heritage site.











































































































 

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I thought that Tel Aviv was a brand new city, but it seems I was wrong. Impressive architecture. The feeling reminds me of seeing art deco South Beach in Miami. Great architecture, but neglected.
 

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urbane said:
Very impressive ! When was Tel Aviv founded ?

Tel Aviv officialy erected as the "first hebrew city" on April 1909.
some neighbourhoods and suburbs established earlier , around1870's-1880's.
and Jaffa (today part of TA municipality) is an ancient city ,
some 5000 years old.
 

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hebrewtext said:
Tel Aviv officialy erected as the "first hebrew city" on April 1909.
some neighbourhoods and suburbs established earlier , around1870's-1880's.
and Jaffa (today part of TA municipality) is an ancient city ,
some 5000 years old.
Thanks for the info, that definetely explains the architecture shown in your pics ! :eek:kay:
 
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