an upside down view that can make you imagine as if you can jump to the infinity.
This design is part of Tel Aviv center of arts, just besides the Habima national theater, at the end of Rothschild boulevard which is one of the first streets of Tel Aviv.
The city of Tel Aviv is actually an open air museum exhibiting an impressive display of international style buildings and Bauhaus architecture.
Tel Aviv was founded in 1909 by a group of 66 jewish residents of Jaffa. They envisaged a European style garden suburb, with wide streets and boulevards.
Due to the extensive Bauhaus architecture buildings, Tel Aviv was declared a World Cultural Heritage site by Unesco in 2003. This building style became frequent in the 1930s because the city architects had strong links to the European architectural trends.
As a modern metropolis Tel Aviv dates back only to 1909 but the city has around 20 museums, and hosts the Israeli Philharmonic Orchestra and the Israeli Opera company, as well as most of the national dance and theater companies.
December 2nd, 2012
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