Tel Aviv among 10 best cities for architecture lovers
Published: 22.07.12, 14:44
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1. Yes, we can! (when we want to)...
tom ,   tel aviv   (07.22.12)
2. I always said that but everyone didn't see why.
Nick Sporek ,   Jerusalem, Israel   (07.22.12)
3. There will be a time when you will miss these
Al   (07.22.12)
incredible buildings. Too bad most of TA is a lousy slum. Those who have the money live in crappy builings on stilts ala Russian USSR inspired buildings built in the 60's 70' s and 80's. Most of the residential buildings built in Israel are horrible to look at, much less to live in. Three and four floor walkups with narrow staircases, tiny rooms and lousy plumbing. Preseve these buildings, Some of them are indeed incredible.
4. My private problem with Tel Aviv.
Istvan ,   BUDAPEST HUNGARY   (07.22.12)
Too many palm trees are on the streets. Instead eucaliptus, oak, acacias should be planted. They have more shade, and give a european character to the city. Now some boulvards look like a jungle somewhere in Africa or Amazonia. Tel Aviv's roots are european, this must be reflected in its landscape.
5. #3 Not true
Menachem ,   Israel   (08.02.12)
Tel Aviv and Israel in general has experienced a economic upgrade during the last 10-15 years. Much of south Tel Aviv has received a facelift and the remaining run-down areas palein comparison to the slum found in US major cities.
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