Being the second most populated city in Israel, Tel Aviv is home to a population of 404,400. Early architecture composed of single-story European-style buildings with tiled red roofs. The 1920s brought on a different style to homes that were designed with an eclectic Orientalist style. This took the original European-style and combined it Eastern taste by adding arches, ornamental tiles and domes to the buildings.
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City planning -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Tel Aviv, Israel -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Housing -- Dwellings -- Israel -- Tel Aviv;
Smolski, Chet, "Tel Aviv: Housing & Setting Sun" (1980). Browse All. 631.
housing, Israel, Tel Aviv, dwellings, city planning