Tour Locations | The Electrifying Story of Gan HaHashmal and Its Architecture
Along Levontin Street
Keep going along Levontin Street.
At our next destination just ahead, you'll notice stylish buildings built In the 1920’s. The most common architectural style in Tel Aviv at the time was Eclecticism, named for being a collection – that is, an assortment of different styles. The majority of Jewish immigrants who settled in the Middle East originated from Europe. Just as they themselves were a combination of East and West, so were their buildings. Eclecticism combined oriental elements, such as arched windows, with Western elements, such as Neoclassical pillars.
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