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Tel Aviv's Cafes

In the mid-1920's, Tel Aviv became Israel's cultural and economic center. It was a modern and innovative city, whose European influence was manifested, among other things, in its many cafes that sprang up around town, becoming an essential part of its cultural and social life. The exhibit focuses the development of a few selected cafes from the 1920's to the 1970's, along with the city's cultural development, and features photos, paintings, documents, posters, and menus.
Exhibit courtesy of Eretz Israel Museum, Tel Aviv
Exhibit curator: Batya Carmiel
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