Beyond Masada || Bauhaus on the Mediterranean
An architectural tour of the 'White City' shows why this European style was such a good match for Tel Aviv of the 1920s and 1930s.
Tel Aviv has its share of museums, galleries, a safari park and a myriad of other tourist attractions. But one of the most striking among them is right there in front of you: the city’s trademark architectural symphony. It's a combination of neighborhood planning structure, along with a cacophony of international-style Bauhaus business and residential blocks.
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