World Heritage Site - a site declared by the UNESCO (World Heritage Committee) as a special site that has a contribution to human heritage.
The White City is located in downtown Tel Aviv, and includes more than 4,000 Bauhaus-style (international style) houses built in Tel Aviv from 1930-1948. It is the world’s largest concentration of international style buildings. This concentration was declared a World Heritage Site in 2003.
An example of one of the houses on 5 Nahalat Binyamin, House Sakofski Click for a larger image
The Tel Aviv municipality takes care of preserving a large part of these buildings, with a special sign describing the architectural character of the building. These buildings are on this site in a special category Translation of the text on the sign
Tel Aviv The White City
THE WHITE CITY OF TEL AVIV
The logo of the UNESCO organization
World Heritage emblem
The emblem of the city of Tel Aviv - Jaffa
World Heritage Site 2003
WORD HERITAGE SITE 2003