|Leveling the dunes of Tel Aviv (circa 1920)|
Few suspected that they were also laying the foundation for a Jewish version of the Riviera, but within two decades, the beaches were a very popular destination, as the American Colony photographers recorded.
|Aerial view of Tel Aviv casino and beach (1932)|
|Tel Aviv beach (circa 1935)|
|Close-up of Tel Aviv bathers (circa 1935)|
|Tel Aviv beach (1935)|
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