Amongst the dense housing in Tel Aviv, the Shalom Tower can be seen in the center of this image. The tower, also called Migdal Shalom, is considered one of the tallest and most modern buildings in all of Europe and Asia. It stands 142 meters tall and is comprised of 34 floors. The building is mainly used for office work, but also hosts a small commercial center. Featured in this center is a large mosaic wall mural by famous Israeli artist Nachum Gutman.
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City planning -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Tel Aviv, Israel -- Buildings, structures, etc.; Housing -- Dwellings -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Architecture, German -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Architecture, Modern -- German -- 20th century;
Smolski, Chet; Pearlstein, Yitzhak; Ziv, Gideon; and Levy, Meir, "Tel Aviv: Housing & Shalom Tower" (1980). Browse All. 636.
Shalom Tower, offices, Israel, Tel Aviv, public housing, cluster housing, Islamic cities and towns