This image portrays another side shot of the City Hall in Tel Aviv, Israel. Since its completion in 1966, the building has undergone several renovations. Starting in 2004, the asbestos-cement grid on the south side has been completely taken down. Also, the front side of the building has been used numerous times as a giant screen for presentations regarding elections and other special occasions the city hosts.
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Brutalism (Architecture) -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Islamic cities and towns -- Israel -- Tel Aviv; Plazas -- Israel -- Tel Aviv;
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Smolski, Chet and Cohen, Menahem, "Tel Aviv: City Hall" (1980). Browse All. 676.
city halls, Tel Aviv, Rabin Square, political buildings, Israel