Old color photos of Tel Aviv

Beautiful Color Photos Of Tel Aviv In the 50s and 60s In The Twentieth Century

The photos were colored by Yossi Biran, an artist, and amateur historian.

Yossi Biran finds the pictures in the archives and then improves the resolution and then color the images and bring them back to life.

Yossi, born and raised in Israel to a German descent mother and a father of Greek descent. His mother was a non-Jewish resident of Berlin who decided to immigrate to Israel and convert.

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A military parade in Tel Aviv
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David Ben Gurion The first prime minister of Israel
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Winter 1950, snow in Tel Aviv, very rare event
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Old bus central of Tel Avivץ The station existed at the same location until August 1993 and then moved to a new location, not far away
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Ma'ariv Newspaprer's building, the second biggest Newspaper those days
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Alenbi strret, till today, one of the main streets of Tel Aviv
Clock tower in Jaffa
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Coast line of Tel Aviv
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Buying fuel in the old way

4 thoughts on “Beautiful Color Photos Of Tel Aviv In the 50s and 60s In The Twentieth Century”

  1. It would be helpful if there were more captions so that one could identify the different locations.
    Interesting pictures. Thank you

    1. yuval.bloomberg

      thanks for the comment, will try to add that though it was not always mentioned on the original photo.

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