Tel Aviv's "White City" contains more than 5,000 Modernist-style buildings inspired by the Bauhaus school and international style. Bauhaus architecture was introduced in the 1920s and 1930s by German Jewish architects who settled in Palestine after the rise of the Nazis. The architects who had studied in the Bauhaus School for Art and Design, shaped the architectural approach of the new city. In 2003 UNESCO declared the city of Tel Aviv was a World Cultural Heritage site...
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