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Sign: Tel Aviv - Levant Fair - Opening of the Levant Fair (2)

Kikar Plumer 15, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
יריד המזרח
נמל תל אביב
ميناء تل أبيب
Tel Aviv Port

פארק חופי רדינג
بارك شواطي ردينغ
Reading Coastal Park

טיילת שפך הירקון
كورنيش مصب اليركون
Yarkon Estuary Promenade

נחל הירקון
نهر اليركون
Yarkon River

חוף "מציצים"
شاطى "ميتسينسيم"
"Metzitzim" Beach

תמונה: קהל ביריד המזרח
G. Eric and Edith Matson Photograph Collection

ב-26 באפריל 1934 נפתח יריד המזרח בחצי האי של הירקון בתל אביב. היריד נפתח בטקס מרשים,במעמד הנציב העליון, ארתור ווקופ, וראש עיריית תל-אביב, מאיר דיזנגוף. במהלך היריד נערכו חגיגות חצי יובל לייסוד העיר תל-אביב. ביריד השתתפו כ-30 מדינות וביקרו בו כ-600 אלף איש בשישה שבועות, פי שלושה מאוכלוסיית היישוב בארץ. היריד נחל הצלחה בלתי רגילה ונחשב ליריד הרביעי בגודלו בעולם.

في ٢٦ نيسان ١٩٣٤ ، تم افتتاح معرض الشرق في شبه جزيرة اليوكون في تل أبيب . تم افتتاح المعرض في حفل مهيب على شرف المندوب السامي آرثر واكهوب ورئيس بلدية تل أبيب مئير ديزنغوف . خلال انعقاد مدينة تل ابيبه المعرض تم الاحتفال أيضا بنصف يوبيل على تأسيس خلال ستة شارك في المعرض ٣٠ دولة تقريبا وزاره ٦٠٠ ألف شخص أسابيع . أي ثلاثة أضعاف عدد السكان اليهود في البلاد في تلك الفترة أحرز المعرض نجاحا غير مسبوق واعتبر رابع أكبر معرض في العالم

The Levant Fair was opened on 26 April 1934 on the Yarkon peninsula in Tel Aviv. The fair was opened with an impressive ceremony attended by High Commissioner Arthur Wauchope and Tel Aviv mayor Meir Dizengoff. Tel-Aviv’s half jubilee was celebrated during the fair. Thirty countries participated in the fair, and over a period of six weeks, it was visited by about six hundred thousand people - three times the Jewish population of the land of Israel.

סמל העיר תל אביב - יפו
סמל אתרים בחוף תל אביב - חברה לפיתוח אתרי תיירות בתל-אביב - יפו בע"מ
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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.

As you can see in addition to the historical description, the sign is also used as a direction sign, and as a map (on the other side)

The following pictures taken that day show enlarged parts of the sign Click for a larger image Click for a larger image

On the other side of the sign is the map of the area and the direction to services and sites in the area Click for a larger image

The text on the sign also appears on another sign that is also at the fair Click for sign's details

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