A Set of 3 Pop Up Cards – Special Price Offer!

A Set of 3 Pop Up Cards - Special Price Offer!

From the architectural series: 'Buildings of the City- Tel Aviv'

$18.90

A pop-up cards series that celebrates the unique and noteworthy buildings of the city – Tel Aviv!

When you open these pop-up cards, you’ll discover a magical world of historical and cultural architecture of the city of Tel Aviv.

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Description

This is a set of 3 pop-up cards of your choice. Please select 3 cards from the series of 6 pop up cards of these buildings: Beit Ha’ir, Tel Aviv Museum, Beit Bialik, Beit Litvinsky, Beit Brown and Beit Jacobson.

This pop-up cards series – is a song of praise for the first Hebrew city – Tel Aviv!

When you open these pop-up cards, you’ll discover a magical world of historical and cultural architecture of the city of Tel Aviv.

The series celebrates the beautiful and noteworthy buildings of the city. The selected building represents Tel Aviv’s most recognized architecture styles: The Eclectic style- typical of the early 20th century, represented by a mix of Arabic and European architecture elements; and the International style- which was the innovative and groundbreaking style of the twenties and thirties in Tel Aviv.

Did you know?

The historical buildings of this series were declared for strict preservation and had been carefully renovated to their original state in recent years. They were also announced by UNESCO as buildings of “The White City”- an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

This pop-up cards collection is certainly a wonderful gift for historic architecture lovers, and for all those who just LOVE Tel Aviv city!

Additional information

Weight 0.120 kg
Dimensions 21 × 15 cm
Card 1

Bialik House, Brown's House, Jacobson's House, Litwinsky's House, Old City Hall, Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Card 2

Bialik House, Brown's House, Jacobson's House, Litwinsky's House, Old City Hall, Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Card 3

Bialik House, Brown's House, Jacobson's House, Litwinsky's House, Old City Hall, Tel Aviv Museum of Art

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