Roaming around the beautiful Rothschild boulevard and adjacent parallel streets you will encounter some of the most exquisite and interesting architectural buildings built in Tel Aviv in the 20s and 30s of the last century. Each and every one of them has an interesting history behind them.
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Menachem Ussishkin 1863 – 1941 was a Russian-born Zionist leader and head of the Jewish National Fund.
The Ussishkin is building on the corner of Hayarkon 52 and Allenby overlooking the Opera Tower. Ussishkin and his family were living in this building named after him.
The house was built and designed by Alexander Levy in 1922 who initiated construction projects and infrastructure in the country. The building is a prominent example of the eclectic style that characterized the building in Tel Aviv around 1936 -1938.
By bus taxi or guided tour