One of the most admired places in Israel is the city of Tel Aviv created in a desert sector in northern Jaffa. The name has a literal meaning that reads “Spring Hill”. It is undoubtedly impressive, and this is so, because the place is so wonderful that many tourists visit almost all year round. It has become a center for commercial and scientific research in the country and also a cultural center. As rich as other major foreign cities in the world, it can be compared with some usual destinations because it has a combination of European and Eastern taste. Covered with a lot of interesting architectural proportions makes it even more fun to roam.
Bauhaus architecture dominated the city. In fact, Tel Aviv has the largest concentration of Bauhaus masterpieces in the world, and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the “White City”, which was first brought by the style of white, beige blond buildings and daylight. Bauhaus architecture was a mode of giving a lifetime after the rise of the Nazis in Palestine where many German Jewish architects settled. The originality of the Bauhaus structure lies in simple, uncomplicated and clean cuts, and less decorative and elegant designs.
Many people who witness the beauty of the “white city” describe the idea of Bauhaus buildings with a soft touch filled with enthusiasm with the principle of function. Usually buildings do not have a very large balcony, so assume only a small balcony to look different from other buildings. This makes it look unique. Like any other public interest, the maintenance of these buildings faces difficult challenges not only for the owner and the guards, but especially for the functions of the government and of course government officials or municipalities themselves. There are always attempts, though minimal before but now in the full future, in integration towards the sensitivity and awareness of the population to secure and preserve the beauty of the “White City”.
There is also a proportional list of the tallest buildings to be found in Tel Aviv. Among them is the Shalom Meir Tower, which once became Israel’s tallest building for 34 years. With a height of 433 feet, it was the first skyscraper or the longest observation platform in the region. Built in 1965 and 34 years later in 1999, the composition of the three buildings of the Azrieli Center was confined to the 614-foot-high Azrieli Tower. Perhaps because of some instances and disturbances related to the threats caused by the terrorist’s final attacks, the Azili Towers Center is in fact making a lot of effort, among other things, to ensure the safety and tranquility of shoppers.
There are plenty of shopping centers in Tel Aviv. It is very good not only for those who have been offered as buyers but also those who want to enjoy shopping windows and enjoy the thrill and fun of wandering the busy streets. Please visit our website http://www.telavivapartmentrental.com