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eretzyisrael:

Sketch for poster for 1936 Levant Fair, Tel Aviv
Design by the Austrian-Jewish -Israeli graphic artist Franz Krausz 

eretzyisrael:

Sketch for poster for 1936 Levant Fair, Tel Aviv

Design by the Austrian-Jewish -Israeli graphic artist Franz Krausz 

(Source: Flickr / dlisbona)

  3PM, Mar 31 2014
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ohlookhistory:

Purim carnival in Tel Aviv. 1934. Yemenite carnival queen representing Queen Esther.

ohlookhistory:

Purim carnival in Tel Aviv. 1934. Yemenite carnival queen representing Queen Esther.

  12AM, Mar 16 2014
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eretzyisrael:

As the sun sets on Tel Aviv, the city goes into night mode - as only The City That Never Sleeps….

eretzyisrael:

As the sun sets on Tel Aviv, the city goes into night mode - as only The City That Never Sleeps….

  3PM, Mar 8 2014
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imickeyd:

Beach in Tel-Aviv at night by Sergei Pechenezhskiy

imickeyd:

Beach in Tel-Aviv at night by Sergei Pechenezhskiy

  3PM, Mar 7 2014
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  3PM, Mar 6 2014
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eretzyisrael:

Tel-Aviv at Night.


From the top of the Azraeli center - one of Israel’s tallest buildings.

eretzyisrael:

Tel-Aviv at Night.

From the top of the Azraeli center - one of Israel’s tallest buildings.

(Source: 500px.com)

  3PM, Feb 11 2014
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Tel Aviv City from Azrieli Shopping Center.
360 Deg view

Tel Aviv City from Azrieli Shopping Center.

360 Deg view

  3PM, Feb 10 2014
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Azrieli from Above

Azrieli from Above

  9AM, Feb 10 2014
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eretzyisrael:

Sunset on the beach in Tel Aviv. Spectacular.
Photo: Avi Mayer

eretzyisrael:

Sunset on the beach in Tel Aviv. Spectacular.

Photo: Avi Mayer

(Source: instagram.com)

  3PM, Feb 6 2014
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semioticapocalypse:

About 100 people participate in a lottery to equally divide a 12-acre plot of sand dunes they’ve purchased, that would later become the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. April 11, 1909

[::SemAp FB || SemAp G+::]

semioticapocalypse:

About 100 people participate in a lottery to equally divide a 12-acre plot of sand dunes they’ve purchased, that would later become the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. April 11, 1909

[::SemAp FB || SemAp G+::]

  3PM, Feb 5 2014
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