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Mr. Meir Dizengoff

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Background Information

Employment History

Treasures

Mayor

The Tel Aviv Foundation

Affiliations

Founder
City of Tel-Aviv

Board Member
Jewish Stamps

Board Member
Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Founder
M. Dizengoff & Assoc. Ltd.

Member
Ahuzat Bayit

Board Member
Imperial Russian Army

Founder
Bessarabian

Founder
Geulah Company

Founder
Ha-Ezrach

Web References (200 Total References)


It was founded in 1932, in ...

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It was founded in 1932, in the early days of Tel Aviv (which was founded in 1909), and its first premises was the private home of the first mayor of Tel Aviv, Meir Dizengoff. Dizengoff said every proper city should have a boulevard, a square and a museum. He was not an art expert, and had quite a naïf vision about the Tel Aviv Museum, but he was an art enthusiast and very devoted to the museum. He and his wife had no children and in his Will he wrote about the Museum as, "the child of my delight.

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Chagall could not accept the offer, but remained in close relationship with Dizengoff and donated the first painting for the Museum: "Jew with Torah", from 1925.
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What has happened to the Museum since Dizengoff died?
After Dizengoff died, in 1936, the building went through several phases of changes in order to adapt itself to the needs of a museum.


Ce musée passionnant contient deux espaces ...

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Ce musée passionnant contient deux espaces principaux: l'un, construit dans l'aire de l'ancien hôtel de ville, reconstitue le bâtiment historique et le bureau de son premier maire, Meir Dizengoff. Le second espace, construit en ajout, est destiné aux expositions et comprend un Centre de documentation virtuel relatant le passé de la ville.

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Meir Dizengoff Meir Dizengoff, who was born in 1861, became the first mayor of Tel Aviv. In 1911, Dizengoff was one of the first to join Ahuzat Beit, the residents' organization for the establishment of the new Hebrew city. Five years after the establishment of the organization, and after establishing the heart of the city, Dizengoff was elected head of the town planning committee, and held the position until 1922, when Tel Aviv received city status. Dizengoff was elected mayor, and remained in his post until his death in 1936. Within his lifetime, Tel Aviv fulfilled its destiny, and grew to a city of 150,000 residents.
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Cependant, Meir Dizengoff, le maire de Tel-Aviv à cette époque, s'opposa à cette initiative: l'attribution des noms de rues est du ressort du service municipal, et celui-ci octroya donc aux ruelles les noms "provisoires" de Plonit (quidam) et Almonit (anonyme). Promenade au parc "Achi Meir" Cet espace vert qui porte le nom du premier maire de Tel-Aviv, Meir Dizengoff, a été inauguré en l'honneur de son anniversaire.
Le parc, situé entre les rues King George et Tchernikhovsky, a été rénové au cours de ces dernières années et transformé en un havre de calme et de repos. Une atmosphère pastorale y règne grâce à ses pelouses, son plan d'eau fleuri, son aire de jeu destinée aux enfants et même un espace chiens. Beaucoup de vert pour tous ceux qui cherchent à faire une pause dans cette ville qui ne dort jamais.


Meir ...

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Meir Dizengoff Meir Dizengoff, who was born in 1861, became the first mayor of Tel Aviv. In 1911, Dizengoff was one of the first to join Ahuzat Beit, the residents' organization for the establishment of the new Hebrew city. Five years after the establishment of the organization, and after establishing the heart of the city, Dizengoff was elected head of the town planning committee, and held the position until 1922, when Tel Aviv received city status. Dizengoff was elected mayor, and remained in his post until his death in 1936. Within his lifetime, Tel Aviv fulfilled its destiny, and grew to a city of 150,000 residents. Falling in love with food…

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The mayor at the time, Meir Dizengoff, objected to the idea that Shapira could decide on the names of the streets.
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Meir Park, named after the first mayor of Tel Aviv, Meir Dizengoff, was created in honor of his birthday.


When plots were handed out to ...

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When plots were handed out to families in 1909, Meir and Zina Dizengoff acquired plot number 43.

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Meir Dizengoff went on to become the first mayor of Tel Aviv in 1911.
After his wife's death, Dizengoff donated their house to the city.


This area previous is the site ...

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This area previous is the site of Baron de Rothschild's glass factory, managed by Meir Dizengoff, the future first mayor of Tel Aviv.

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