The White City is a group of modernist buildings in the center of Tel Aviv. Because its outer walls are mostly white, it is called White City. This architectural style is also known as the Bauhaus style, originating in Germany, with simple lines and asymmetrical features. Although the buildings have different shapes, the concept is the same, the floors are not high, and the balcony is long and wide, and the windows are narrow. It is not only beautiful and practical, but also has shade and warmth. It is very suitable for the Mediterranean climate of Tel Aviv.
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Tel Aviv's urban architecture is very characteristic. When you open the curtains in the morning, you can see the world cultural heritage "White City", the so-called Bauhaus architecture. Tel Aviv is known as the Manhattan of the Middle East, and the row of skyscrapers seems to be the symbol of the city. White City is just some ordinary houses in the city center.
The romantic capital of Israel, Tel Aviv, in Hebrew is the meaning of spring on the hills, and Jaffa is the homonym of the Hebrew word beautiful because it has excellent scenery and picturesque scenery. Tel Aviv-Jaffa enriches the charm of Israel. History and modernity are blended here. The old city and the new city are separated by a history of four or five thousand years. Its wonderfulness is derived from the combination and collision of old and new.
The beach along the Mediterranean Sea is full of bathing beaches. Perhaps the reason for the weekend, the bath is full of young people on vacation. Playing beach volleyball, windsurfing, swimming, sunbathing, lively and orderly, full of vitality and vitality.
Since the "Bauhaus" architectural style is not high, the balcony is long and wide, the window is narrow, not only beautiful and practical, but also the sun is warm, which is very suitable for the Mediterranean climate of Tel Aviv, so the "Bauhaus" continues to expand. . The outer walls of these small buildings are mostly white or light white, and they are particularly eye-catching under the sunlight. Tel Aviv is known as the romantic "white city".