White City in Tel Aviv

White City in Tel Aviv is the unique urban and historical constructions of Tel Aviv-Jaffa, a combination of over 4,000 Bauhaus and architectural style of buildings built in Tel Aviv from 1920′s to 1930′s. It is a blend of exceptional significance of the various styles by German Jewish architects who migrated after the eminence of Nazis to the Palestine Mandate, a legal commission for the administration of Palestine.

Tel Aviv is considered with the most numbers of excellent buildings in this style compared to other city’s in the world. In 2003, Tel Aviv was considered as the World Cultural Heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization ( UNESCO ), wherein it is known with special architectural assets and qualities of the buildings, avenues and streets of the city, a sample of building a new place with an imitable transformation of modern international architectural style to the climatic, cultural, and local traditions of the city of Tel Aviv.

Visiting the White City will let you know how beautiful Tel Aviv is, with it’s historic beginning to present, from it’s new and captivating perspective.

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