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"(IPTC005 contains(BAUHAUS TEL AVIV))": 51 results 

 
View of the Bruno Hause, on 3 Strauss Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Ze'ev Haller in 1935. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Bruno Hause, on 3 Strauss Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Ze'ev Haller in 1935. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Bruno Hause, on 3 Strauss Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Ze'ev Haller in 1935. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Bruno Hause, on 3 Strauss Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Ze'ev Haller in 1935. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Elishav House, on 27 Mazeh Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architects Josef and Ze'ev Berlin in 1931. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Boat House, on 76 Levanda Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Shimon Hamadi Levi in 1934. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Thermometer House, on 5 Frug Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yehuda Lulka in 1936. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Thermometer House, on 5 Frug Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yehuda Lulka in 1936. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Thermometer House, on 5 Frug Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yehuda Lulka in 1936. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Thermometer House, on 5 Frug Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yehuda Lulka in 1936. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Thermometer House, on 5 Frug Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yehuda Lulka in 1936. November 06, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of Jacobson's Building, on 28 Levontin Street in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Emanuel Halbrecht in 1937. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Dr Leon Pines House, on 79-81 Yehuda ha Levi Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yitzhak Rapoport in 1938. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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View of the Dr Leon Pines House, on 79-81 Yehuda ha Levi Street, in Tel Aviv, built in Bauhaus style by architect Yitzhak Rapoport in 1938. November 04, 2018. Tel Aviv is home to one of the best-preserved collections of Bauhaus architecture in the world. Over 4,000 Bauhaus-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv between 1920 - 1940, by German-Jewish architects who immigrated to the region after the rise of the Nazis, whom based their new architecture for the city on teachings from the  Bauhaus art school, which ran 1919 - 1933. Photo by Miriam Alster/FLASH90
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Miriam Alster
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