The White City refers to over 4,000 Bauhaus buildings that fill the streets of Tel Aviv. These buildings were constructed from the 1930s, during the city’s early period prior to the establishment of the State of Israel. Their style, unique to the Mediterranean, reflects the European education of their Jewish architects who immigrated to Israel during the first Aliyot (mass migrations to Israel). The Bauhaus style features white exteriors, glass and thick walls to keep the residents cool during the hot Middle Eastern summers and large balconies from which to enjoy the sea breeze.
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