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Sign: Tel Aviv - Bialik House

Bialik St 22, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
ח.נ. ביאליק

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The Bialik House, built in 1924 and designed by the architect Joseph Minor, was the residence of Haim Nachman Bialik, from 1926 to 1934 near his death. Today there is an archive and museum in the house as well as cultural events.

The Bialik house was photographed that day Click for a larger image
and one year later Click for a larger image

The architect’s name and year appear on the sign taken that day Click for a larger image

The sign is from a series of Bezalel signs painted on ceramic tiles with the participation of the Bezalel School of Art and are found mainly on the streets of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

There is another sign in front of the house, which reads:
Bialik House
Upon arriving at the gates of the Bialik House, you join generations of returning visitors and are drawn to the residence of the National Poet, from the inauguration of the place in 1925 to this day.
For about eight years, during which Bialik lived here with his wife Mania and her parents, the place served as an inspiring cultural center for writers, artists, scholars and public leaders - and at the same time a center of pilgrimage for all people, who constantly addressed the poet with a variety of questions and requests , In the realms of spirit and action alike.
The Bialik House was designed by architect Yosef Minor; And in the current restoration of the house, the original colorful colors and spectacular decorations are revealed again (after many years of coverage). An effort was made to preserve the unique visual charm of the place, and at the same time to give visitors the creation and spiritual activity that surrounded the walls of this house, which has always symbolized the revival of Hebrew culture.
This sign was photographed in 2021 Click for a larger image

In 2021 the house was photographed once again Click for a larger image

The house also appears on the sign of buildings for preservation in the White City - Tel Aviv Click for sign's details

Translation of the text on the sign:
HN Bialik


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