Baicheng is the shortest of all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Only seventy years of history, but he is still rated as a World Heritage Site. The main reason is that after the founding of Israel, a large number of architects from Germany were introduced, which obviously accepted the influence of Bauhaus architectural style. All buildings have large balconies, small windows and very simple and lively house style. In the past, when looking at Bauhaus style architecture, it was always too monotonous, not as stable as classicism, nor did it have the complexity and magnificence of Baroque style. But TelAviv is really a city for bauhaus. Concise geometric lines and arc arrangement, scattered floor windows and large terraces, construct a practical living space without lack of concise aesthetic feeling, with the blue sky and the sea, and this young city complement each other.
In 1925, Tel Aviv's architectural style was chaotic and disorderly. Later, the master plan of Tel Aviv proposed by Scottish architect Patrick Gades was approved, and 2 700 buildings were built in large quantities in the 1930s. Designers are more influenced by Bauhaus College in Germany, so these buildings are called "Bauhaus Architecture". The most vivid description is the matchbox, the building is not high, the balcony is spacious and the windows are small, and the color is mainly white and beige. It is said that because of the heat, this color can not absorb heat and cool, so choose white. Shalom Mayer Tower, Tel Aviv's first tall building, is also here. It's a long hike from Baicheng to Tel Aviv's first station.
Everyone has a dream, although it may not be realized, but people will continue to try, in case one day it succeeds. So to Israel on the "Wishing Bridge" with their own constellation sign, facing the Mediterranean Sea to make their wishes, is every tourist will try, it is said to be very effective. As the saying goes, it's good to go and see, especially the Mediterranean scenery is really beautiful and pleasant.
The White City of Tel Aviv, which has become a world cultural heritage, refers to about 1,000 such buildings listed in the protection plan on several main streets in the city. The exterior walls of the small building are mostly white or light white, which is particularly striking under the sunshine. The Israelis call it "White City".
In the meantime, old people, middle-aged people, young people are stunned, chatting, drinking coffee, dining, walking, shopping, of course, the most common is a happy scene of its size. Faced with this situation, who can think of Tel Aviv as a barren dune at the beginning of this century, until 1909, people began to settle down. Its growth rate is in line with Tel Aviv's tenet "The city that never stops PS".