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Montefiore | Square
Size: 60x60 cm (23.5x23.5")  |  Price: $155
City Center: Montefiore St. and the Shalom Tower
The Pagoda House is situated at the King Albert Square, between Nahmani and Montefiore Streets. The building, designed in an eclectic style, was designed and built by Architect Alexander Levy. Toda... The Pagoda House is situated at the King Albert Square, between Nahmani and Montefiore Streets. The building, designed in an eclectic style, was designed and built by Architect Alexander Levy. Today it is considered one of the most impressive buildings ever built in the city at the time. Alexander Levy (1883-1942) immigrated to Israel in 1920. In 1927, after professional disputes and lack of work, he returned to Europe, disappointed. When World War II broke out, he was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, where he was killed. King Albert Square is one of the smallest and most charming squares in Tel Aviv, with two large Ficus trees and a bench in the middle. The square was named after the Belgian monarch, Albert I (1875-1934), who visited the city in 1933. When the king was killed a year later, during a mountain climbing excursion, the city decided to name the square in his honor.
This art drawing is printed on high quality canvas and stretched on a 1.5" depth gallery wrapped wooden frame. Price includes shipping anywhere in Israel.
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