One of the pleasures of wandering the streets of Tel Aviv, particularly around either Dizengoff, or Rothschild Sts., is experiencing the variety and quality of Bauhaus-style architecture in the city. Some of the earlier structures, from the 1930's, were actually built to be like "a kibbutz in the city,", that is, a small community with many essential services. Although time has taken its toll on this International Style architecture, there has also been a great deal of restoration. Since much of the housing consists of these five story blocks,many Tel Aviv streets have a very human scale that adds to the charm of the city. For more information and tours, go to the Bauhaus Center on Dizengoff St.
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