Aliya Market

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Coordinates: 32°3′29.17″N 34°46′25.02″E / 32.0581028°N 34.7736167°E / 32.0581028; 34.7736167

The Aliya Market western building in Tel Aviv that was renovated

Aliya Market was the first wholesale market building in Israel. It was located in southern Tel Aviv, in the White City of Tel Aviv. The building was designed by the Bauhaus in 1938 in Aliya Street and was one of the first markets in Tel Aviv. The market had two buildings: a western building and an eastern building. The western building was renovated while the eastern building was destroyed. In 1952, wholesale moved to the Central Wholesale Market

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