A Visionary's Unfinished Contribution to Jerusalem's Skyline

The public buildings that Erich Mendelsohn, a German-Jewish architect, designed in the capital in the first half of the 20th century are thought to be a potential 'gold mine.'

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For Erich Mendelsohn, the German-Jewish architect who immigrated to Palestine in 1934, the sky really was the limit. The prospering architect, whose ascent...