|Subject: Re: Modern architecture|
Hi, Ziners and Covadonga,
Just a few months ago Tel-Aviv was recognized by UNESCO as the site of world heritage thanks to the richness of Bau-Haus architecture. As far as Tel-Aviv didn't suffer the horrows of WWII, most of Bau-Haus buildings were saved. They were build by many Jewish architectors who fled the Nazi Germany in 1930's.
Possibly, in forseen future the situation will be better here and it'll be possible to visit this wonderful city.
Another city which dear to my heart is Rotterdam - crazy architecture with a lot of fantasy. Unforgettable city.
The Expo93 area in Sevilla is amazing as well.
Sincerely, Alex Elbert Jerusalem, Israel