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Sign: Tel Aviv - Levant Fair - Woman’s Pavilion

Kikar Plumer 13, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
ביתן האישה - אדריכל אריה אלחנני

בביתן האישה הוצגו מוצרים הנחוצים לאישה ולמשפחה: אופנה וקוסמטיקה, מוצרים לתינוקות ולילדים, כלים, רהיטים ומכשירי חשמל לבית. בחזית המבנה הוצב פסל של אישה הרוקדת עם ילדה. ביריד 1936 נהפך המבנה לביתן נורבגיה, ועל גגו הוצבה ספינת ויקינגים. בשנת 1941 שימש הביתן לאימונים של כ"ג יורדי הסירה. אדריכל הבניין, אריה אלחנני, היה ממונה על תכנונו של היריד ועל ניהולו והוא גם עיצב את סמל היריד - הגמל המעופף.
ביריד 1934 הוצב פסל הגמל המעופף בראש עמוד בטון מדורג בגובה 12 מטר, בכיכר הכניסה הראשית.

جناح المرأة منتجات - مهن س معماري ايه العاب
عرضت في جناح المرأة منتجات ضرورية للمرأة والعائلة أزياء ومستحضرات تجميل ، منتجات للأطفال والأولاده أدوات . أثاث ، وأجهزة كهربائية للبيت . في مقدمة المبنى وضع تمثال لامرأة ترقص مع أطفالها . في معرض ١٩٣٦ تحول الجناح إلى جناح النرويج ووضعت على السقف سفينة فايكنغ . سنة ١٩٤١ استخدم المبنى التدريبات وحدة قوات البلماح . مصمم المبنى ، المهندس المعماري آريه الحناني ، كان المسؤول عن تخطيط وإدارة المعرض وهو من صمم ايضا شعار المعرض - الجمل الطائر . في معرض ١٩٣٤ وضع تمثال الجمل الطائر على رأس عامود مندرج من الإسمنت المسلح بارتفاع ١٢ متره في ساحة المدخل الرئيسي .

The Woman’s Pavilion - Architect Arieh Elhanani
The Woman’s Pavilion presented products necessary for women and for the family: fashion and cosmetics, products for babies and children, housewares, furniture, and electrical home appliances. A statue of a woman dancing with a girl was positioned in front of the structure. In the 1936 fair the structure became the Norwegian Pavilion and a Viking ship was placed on its roof. In 1941 the structure was used for training by the 23 Palmach commandos who participated in Operation Boatswain. The building’s architect, Arieh Elhanani, was in charge of planning and managing the fair, and he also designed the fair’s emblem the Flying Camel. For the 1934 fair a statue of the flying camel was placed atop a graded concrete column 12 meters high, in the main entrance square.
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One of the signs in the Tel Aviv Port - Levant Fair, which describes the history of the Levant Fair held in 1934.

The picture of the building was taken that day Click for a larger image

In about 2021 the numbers of the pavilions were changed, and the pavilion became from pavilion 16 to pavilion 33 as can be seen in the photo taken in 2022 (thanks to surfer Jonathan who drew our attention) Click for a larger image

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