Bauhaus, Tel Aviv, Israel
Many of the German Jewish architects trained at the Bauhaus, the Modernist school of architecture closed by the Nazis in 1933, fled Germany and came to Tel Aviv where they had over 4000 buildings in these styles built. Central Tel Aviv offers the largest concentration in any one city in the world of bauhaus style buildings. In 2003, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), proclaimed "The White City" of Tel Aviv as a World Cultural Heritage site, for…
Tel Aviv_ Bauhaus _6_Dana Friedlander_IMOT
Bauhaus building balconies with flowers. Photo taken by Dana Friedlander for the Israeli Ministry of Tourism. Credit attribution requested
Israel through the eyes of a wanderer- Tel Aviv | The Lonely Traveler
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