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Amazing Aerial Views of Tel Aviv from the 1930s

See incredible aerial views of Tel Aviv from the 1930s. Stunning photos of the coastline, the Park Avenue, the Rothschild Avenue, Jaffa, Auji River and Levant Fair. Incredible!
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You have to see these fantastic aerial views of Tel Aviv from the 1930s.

1932 aerial view of Tel Aviv, section near the Park Avenue with large synagogue in foreground.

Source: Library of Congress

1932 aerial view of Tel Aviv. Section near the Rothchild [i.e., Rothschild] Avenue.

Source: Library of Congress

1932 aerial view of Tel Aviv, Jaffa, Auji River and Levant Fair. Jaffa-Tel Aviv shore line. Looking N.E. showing Jaffa promontory jutting into the sea.

Source: Library of Congress

Aerial view of Tel Aviv in 1932, Jaffa, Auji River and Levant Fair. Jaffa from the south. Tel Aviv in the distance.

Source: Library of Congress


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