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HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FXB2
April 27, 2020
A client pushes her trolley past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
A client pushes her trolley past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FX0J
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. Picture taken with a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FX0I
April 27, 2020
Clients push their trolleys past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
Clients push their trolleys past others while queueing in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZF
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZE
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
HEALTH CORONAVIRUS/SWISS-BUSINESS
RTX7FWZB
April 27, 2020
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government...
SCHLIEREN, Switzerland
The outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Schlieren
People queue in front of a Bauhaus do-it-yourself store on the opening day after the Swiss government eased the lockdown during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Schlieren, Switzerland April 27, 2020. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2PQ47
September 08, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
Dessau, Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus Museum, built for the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, in Dessau, Germany September 8, 2019. (REUTERS/Jens Meyer/POOL
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2PQ40
September 08, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
Dessau, Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus Museum, built for the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, in Dessau, Germany Septembr 8, 2019. (REUTERS/Jens Meyer/POOL
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2PQ3W
September 08, 2019
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
Dessau, Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at an installation during the official opening of the new Bauhaus Museum, built for the centenary of the founding of the Bauhaus, in Dessau, Germany September 8, 2019. (REUTERS/Jens Meyer/POOL
GERMANY-CRASH/
RTX70BXK
July 20, 2019
Firefighters work next to a site where a small aircraft crashed into the "Bauhaus" DIY store building,...
Bruchsal, Germany
Firefighters work next to a site where a small aircraft crashed into the "Bauhaus" DIY store building,...
Firefighters work next to a site where a small aircraft crashed into the "Bauhaus" DIY store building, in Bruchsal, southern Germany, July 20, 2019. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
GERMANY-CRASH/
RTX70BXA
July 20, 2019
A wreckage of a small aircraft is seen after it crashed into a "Bauhaus" DIY store building, in Bruchsal,...
Bruchsal, Germany
A wreckage of a small aircraft is seen after it crashed into a "Bauhaus" DIY store building, in Bruchsal...
A wreckage of a small aircraft is seen after it crashed into a "Bauhaus" DIY store building, in Bruchsal, southern Germany, July 20, 2019. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6AC
January 25, 2019
A woman looks at a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed...
Berlin, Germany
A woman looks a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau...
A woman looks at a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6AB
January 25, 2019
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus...
Berlin, Germany
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building...
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6A9
January 25, 2019
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed...
Berlin, Germany
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building in...
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6A7
January 25, 2019
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus...
Berlin, Germany
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building...
A woman takes a picture of a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6A6
January 25, 2019
A woman looks at a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed...
Berlin, Germany
A woman looks a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau...
A woman looks at a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTS2C6A5
January 25, 2019
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed...
Berlin, Germany
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" in a version of the Bauhaus school building in...
A woman walks past a tiny house called "Wohnmaschine" (living machine) constructed from a bus and designed by architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel in a version of the Bauhaus school building in Dessau to mark 100th anniversary of Bauhaus in Berlin, Germany January 24, 2019. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
SWISS-BAUHAUS/
RTX2DUK1
May 11, 2016
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern,...
Bern, Switzerland
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern, Switzerland May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWISS-BAUHAUS/
RTX2DUJK
May 11, 2016
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern,...
Bern, Switzerland
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern, Switzerland May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWISS-BAUHAUS/
RTX2DUJF
May 11, 2016
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern,...
Bern, Switzerland
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern, Switzerland May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
SWISS-BAUHAUS/
RTX2DUJE
May 11, 2016
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern,...
Bern, Switzerland
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen
The logo of Swiss based building supplies store BAUHAUS is seen on a store in Niederwangen near Bern, Switzerland May 10, 2016. REUTERS/Ruben Sprich
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GERMANY-ELECTION/
RTX13JM2
September 13, 2013
A combination photo of German stereotypes as thought of by non-Germans. Pictured clockwise from top left...
Berlin, Germany
A combination photo of German stereotypes as thought of by non-Germans
A combination photo of German stereotypes as thought of by non-Germans. Pictured clockwise from top left : Garden gnomes; cuckoo clocks; no road speed limitations; jelly bear sweets; neo-Nazis; Bauhaus; Techno music and grilled pork hock. Pictured centre: traditional Dirndl dress. The Bavarian election will be held on September 15, 2013 and the German general election on September 22, 2013. INDIVIDUAL IMAGES WILL FOLLOW THIS COMBINATION REUTERS/Staff/Files (GERMANY - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3ENQK
March 06, 2013
A scale model of the Berlin Wall and a luxury apartment building, that investment firm Living Bauhaus...
Berlin, Germany
A scale model of the Berlin Wall and a luxury apartment building, that investment firm Living Bauhaus...
A scale model of the Berlin Wall and a luxury apartment building, that investment firm Living Bauhaus plans to erect on the former death strip, is on display at the investor's showroom in Berlin March 6, 2013. Protesters tried to stop demolition of one of the last remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall on Friday, decades after jubilant Berliners tore down sections of the hated symbol of the Cold War. Most of the wall was pulled down or chiselled away after it was breached on November 9, 1989, when ecstatic crowds of East and West Germans surged through checkpoints and on to the wall, hacking bits off it and dancing on top of the structure that for so long had symbolised their division. This 1.3 km section of the wall features over 100 paintings by various artists and is known today as East Side Gallery. The scale model seen in the picture shows works by the French artist Thierry Noir. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
GERMANY/
RTR3ENQJ
March 06, 2013
A scale model of a luxury apartment building, that investment firm Living Bauhaus plans to erect on the...
Berlin, Germany
A scale model of a luxury apartment building, that an investment firm plans to erect on the former death...
A scale model of a luxury apartment building, that investment firm Living Bauhaus plans to erect on the former death strip at the city's longest remaining section of the Berlin Wall, now called East Side Gallery, is on display at the investor's showroom in Berlin March 6, 2013. Protesters tried to stop demolition of one of the last remaining stretches of the Berlin Wall on Friday, decades after jubilant Berliners tore down sections of the hated symbol of the Cold War. Most of the wall was pulled down or chiselled away after it was breached on November 9, 1989, when ecstatic crowds of East and West Germans surged through checkpoints and on to the wall, hacking bits off it and dancing on top of the structure that for so long had symbolised their division. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
RTR2U6IO
November 18, 2011
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose...
Milan, Italy
To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose company SAGSA supplies Bauhaus-style furniture for offices and has annual sales of around 10 million euros, is concerned new measures could squeeze small firms who are already finding it difficult to get access to credit and withstand higher labour and input costs. Companies in Italy, France and Germany, the three largest economies in the euro zone, are reacting to the bloc's debt emergency with varying degrees of nonchalance and alarm, mainly depending on how much their clients, and their own business models, are reliant on loans.Residential home builders and the companies that supply them are worried about how skyrocketing sovereign debt yields will affect mortgage rates and new home purchases. Retailers are cutting jobs and trying to trim other costs. But many also say the crisis could create business opportunities, spur a healthy industry shake-out and possibly even encourage better labour practices. To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
RTR2U6IL
November 18, 2011
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose...
Milan, Italy
To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose company SAGSA supplies Bauhaus-style furniture for offices and has annual sales of around 10 million euros, is concerned the new measures could squeeze small firms who are already finding it difficult to get access to credit and withstand higher labour and input costs. Companies in Italy, France and Germany, the three largest economies in the euro zone, are reacting to the bloc's debt emergency with varying degrees of nonchalance and alarm, mainly depending on how much their clients, and their own business models, are reliant on loans.Residential home builders and the companies that supply them are worried about how skyrocketing sovereign debt yields will affect mortgage rates and new home purchases. Retailers are cutting jobs and trying to trim other costs. But many also say the crisis could create business opportunities, spur a healthy industry shake-out and possibly even encourage better labour practices. To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS)
EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
RTR2U6IJ
November 18, 2011
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose...
Milan, Italy
To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/
Michele Perini, president of SAGSA, poses in his show room in Milan November 10, 2011. Perini, whose company SAGSA supplies Bauhaus-style furniture for offices and has annual sales of around 10 million euros, is concerned new measures could squeeze small firms who are already finding it difficult to get access to credit and withstand higher labour and input costs. Companies in Italy, France and Germany, the three largest economies in the euro zone, are reacting to the bloc's debt emergency with varying degrees of nonchalance and alarm, mainly depending on how much their clients, and their own business models, are reliant on loans. Residential home builders and the companies that supply them are worried about how skyrocketing sovereign debt yields will affect mortgage rates and new home purchases. Retailers are cutting jobs and trying to trim other costs. But many also say the crisis could create business opportunities, spur a healthy industry shake-out and possibly even encourage better labour practices. To match Feature EUROZONE-BUSINESS/ REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY-BAUHAUS/
RTR1O7NV
April 02, 2007
People enter an entrance of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to...
Dessau, Germany
People enter an entrance of the Bauhaus building in the eastern German city of Dessau
People enter an entrance of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the eastern German city of Dessau December 4, 2006. The building, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, celebrated the 80th anniversary of its inauguration in December after several years of restoration . REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
GERMANY/
RTR1O7NU
April 02, 2007
People walk past the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the...
Dessau, Germany
People walk past in front of the Bauhaus building in the eastern German city of Dessau
People walk past the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the eastern German city of Dessau December 4, 2006. The building, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, celebrated the 80th anniversary of its inauguration in December after several years of restoration . REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
GERMANY/
RTR1O7NM
April 02, 2007
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932,...
Dessau, Germany
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building which housed the Bauhaus design school in the eastern...
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the eastern German city of Dessau December 4, 2006. The building, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, celebrated the 80th anniversary of its inauguration in December after several years of restoration. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
GERMANY/
RTR1O7NK
April 02, 2007
A general view shows the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932,...
Dessau, Germany
A general view shows the Bauhaus building in the eastern German city of Dessau
A general view shows the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the eastern German city of Dessau December 4, 2006. The building, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, celebrated the 80th anniversary of its inauguration in December after several years of restoration . REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
GERMANY/
RTR1O7NG
April 02, 2007
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932,...
Dessau, Germany
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building which housed the Bauhaus design school in the eastern...
Traffic flows in front of the Bauhaus building, which housed the Bauhaus design school from 1926 to 1932, in the eastern German city of Dessau December 4, 2006. The building, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996, celebrated the 80th anniversary of its inauguration in December after several years of restoration. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (GERMANY) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY
LIFE-SERBIA/CINEMAS
RTR1MHMC
February 16, 2007
A street vendor mixes freshly popped corn outside Belgrade's Balkan cinema February 16, 2007. Mostly...
Belgrade, Serbia
Street vendor mixes freshly popped corn outside Belgrade's Balkan cinema
A street vendor mixes freshly popped corn outside Belgrade's Balkan cinema February 16, 2007. Mostly built before World War Two in ornate Art Deco or Bauhaus styles and now settled into dignified disrepair, Belgrade's state-owned cinemas have found a new owner who pledges to preserve a piece of city history. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA)
ISRAEL
RTXM40U
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at the corner of 1 Zamenhof Street and Dizengof Square in Tel Aviv. The principal...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Bauhaus building at the corner of 1 Zamenhof Street and Dizengof Square in Tel Aviv. The principal.....
A Bauhaus building at the corner of 1 Zamenhof Street and Dizengof Square in Tel Aviv. The principal idea of rounded forms and balconies looks like a happy solution, but the shape imposed limitations on the buildings because of the technology available at the time. Fibre-reinforced concrete might have provided an easier solution, especially for the hung projections of the balconies, not all the balconies are useable; some are just decorative. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in [Paris], describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and cultural importance.
ISRAEL
RTXM40T
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 35 Petah Tikwa Road in Tel Aviv, is unique at its unfailing repetitiveness, this...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Bauhaus building at 35 Petah Tikwa Road in Tel Aviv, is unique at its unfailing repetitiveness, th.....
A Bauhaus building at 35 Petah Tikwa Road in Tel Aviv, is unique at its unfailing repetitiveness, this composition makes a striking and lasting impression. It is situated on the on the east central part of Tel Aviv, on a major inter-city road leading to the north and close to the central bus and train station.The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in [Paris], describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and cultural importance.
ISRAEL
RTXM40S
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-built...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-.....
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-built house for its period, standing on a double-size plot. The building has been well taken care of, and some major repairs have been carried out. It has been always in a residential use, though some general practitioners have had their private clinics here alongside their homes, a common arrangement for doctors here. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in [Paris], describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and cultural importance.
ISRAEL
RTXM40R
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-built...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-.....
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at 1935 is an exceptionally well-built house for its period, standing on a double-size plot. The building has been well taken care of, and some major repairs have been carried out. It has been always in a residential use, though some general practitioners have had their private clinics here alongside their homes, a common arrangement for doctors here. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in [Paris], describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and cultural importance.
ISRAEL
RTXM40Q
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 20 Meltchet Street in Tel Aviv. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous...
Tel Aviv, Israel
A Bauhaus building at 20 Meltchet Street in Tel Aviv. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unani.....
A Bauhaus building at 20 Meltchet Street in Tel Aviv. The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in [Paris], describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and cultural importance.
TLV04D
RTRTKK
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at the corner of 1 Zamenhof Street and Dizengof
Square in Tel Aviv. The principal...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
BAUHAUS BUILDING AT THE CORNER OF 1 ZAMENHOF STREET AND DIZENGOF SQUARE
IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at the corner of 1 Zamenhof Street and Dizengof
Square in Tel Aviv. The principal idea of rounded forms and balconies
looks like a happy solution, but the shape imposed limitations on the
buildings because of the technology available at the time.
Fibre-reinforced concrete might have provided an easier solution,
especially for the hung projections of the balconies, not all the
balconies are useable; some are just decorative. The 21-member UNESCO
organisation made a unanimous declaration in Paris, describing as a
"White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and
naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel
Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and curltural importance.
REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
TLV11D
RTRTK3
July 22, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 90 King George Street in Tel Aviv.The 21-member
UNESCO organisation made a unanimous...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 90 KING GEORGE STREET IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 90 King George Street in Tel Aviv.The 21-member
UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in Paris, describing
as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and
naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel
Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and curltural importance.
REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
TLV06D
RTRSKW
July 21, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 35 Petah Tikwa Road in Tel Aviv, is unique at its
unfailing repetitiveness, this...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
A BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 35 PETAH TIKWA ROAD IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 35 Petah Tikwa Road in Tel Aviv, is unique at its
unfailing repetitiveness, this composition makes a striking and lasting
impression. It is situated on the on the east central part of Tel Aviv,
on a major inter-city road leading to the north and close to the
central bus and train station.The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a
unanimous declaration in Paris, describing as a "White City" Tel
Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world
heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of
world-class architectural and curltural importance. REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
TLV01D
RTRSKR
July 21, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at
1935 is an exceptionally well-built...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 18 BIYALIK STREET IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at
1935 is an exceptionally well-built house for its period, standing on a
double-size plot. The building has been well taken care of, and some
major repairs have been carried out. It has been always in a
residential use, though some general practitioners have had their
private clinics here alongside their homes, a common arrangement for
doctors here.The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous
declaration in Paris, describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's
unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site.
The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class
architectural and curltural importance. REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
TLV02D
RTRSKM
July 21, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at
1935 is an exceptionally well-built...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 18 BIYALIK STREET IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 18 Biyalik Street in Tel Aviv that was built at
1935 is an exceptionally well-built house for its period, standing on a
double-size plot. The building has been well taken care of, and some
major repairs have been carried out. It has been always in a
residential use, though some general practitioners have had their
private clinics here alongside their homes, a common arrangement for
doctors here.The 21-member UNESCO organisation made a unanimous
declaration in Paris, describing as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's
unique historical urban palatte and naming it a world heritage site.
The UNESCO statement makes Tel Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class
architectural and curltural importance. REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
TLV12D
RTRSKH
July 21, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 20 Meltchet Street in Tel Aviv. The 21-member
UNESCO organisation made a unanimous...
Tel Aviv, Israel - State of
BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 20 MELTCHET STREET IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 20 Meltchet Street in Tel Aviv. The 21-member
UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in Paris, describing
as a "White City" Tel Aviv-Jaffa's unique historical urban palatte and
naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel
Aviv-Jaffa city of world-class architectural and curltural importance.
REUTERS/ Nir Elias

NIR
RTRS2O
July 21, 2003
A Bauhaus building at 56 Lavanda Street in Tel Aviv is called "the
boat" house and was built by Arie...
A BAUHAUS BUILDING AT 56 LAVANDA STREET IN TEL AVIV.
A Bauhaus building at 56 Lavanda Street in Tel Aviv is called "the
boat" house and was built by Arie Cohen at the 1934. The 21-member
UNESCO organisation made a unanimous declaration in Paris, describing
"White City" of Tel Aviv-Jaffa as a unique historical urban palatte and
naming it a world heritage site. The UNESCO statement makes Tel
Aviv-Jaffa a city of world-class architectural and curltural
importance. REUTERS/Nir Elias

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BRITAIN
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June 25, 2003
The shadow of a hand is cast over one of the pieces in a 1924 Bauhaus
Chess Set made by Josef Hartwig...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SHADOW OF HAND IS CAST OVER BAUHAUS CHESS SET AT ART OF CHESS
EXHIBITION IN LONDON.
The shadow of a hand is cast over one of the pieces in a 1924 Bauhaus
Chess Set made by Josef Hartwig at the exhibition "The Art of Chess" at
Somerset House in London, June 25, 2003. The exhibition, which opens to
the public on Saturday and runs until September 28, brings together 19
chess sets designed by artists in the last 100 years that demonstrate
the interaction between chess and modern art, featuring names ranging
from British artist Damien Hirst to the late French surrealist Man Ray.
REUTERS/Matt Dunham

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RIO DE JANEIRO
RTXKNRP
July 17, 2001
- PHOTO TAKEN 16JUL01 - A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in this July...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
- PHOTO TAKEN 16JUL01 - A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in this .....
- PHOTO TAKEN 16JUL01 - A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in this July 16, 2001 photo. [Germany's Design School Bauhaus] and a pair of Rio officials are putting an innovative urban development plan into action. The pilot project calls for knocking down a handful of cramped cement houses in a three-block strip of Jacarezinho, or "Little Alligator," opening up courtyards to bring light to the dank homes and building new multilevel houses. Demolition is due to start in January, 2002 and the project should be completed in 2003.
LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS
RTRKV2G
July 16, 2001
A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in
this July 16, 2001 photo. Germany's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS.
A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in
this July 16, 2001 photo. Germany's Design School Bauhaus and a pair of
Rio officials are putting an innovative urban development plan into
action. The pilot project calls for knocking down a handful of cramped
cement houses in a three-block strip of Jacarezinho, or "Little
Alligator," opening up courtyards to bring light to the dank homes and
building new multilevel houses. Demolition is due to start in January
and the project should be completed in 2003.

SM/HK
LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS
RTRKV2A
July 16, 2001
A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in
this July 16, 2001 photo. Germany's...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS.
A view of the Jacarezinho slums in northern Rio de Janeiro is shown in
this July 16, 2001 photo. Germany's Design School Bauhaus and a pair of
Rio officials are putting an innovative urban development plan into
action. The pilot project calls for knocking down a handful of cramped
cement houses in a three-block strip of Jacarezinho, or "Little
Alligator," opening up courtyards to bring light to the dank homes and
building new multilevel houses. Demolition is due to start in January,
2002 and the project should be completed in 2003.

SM/HK
LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS
RTRKV1V
July 16, 2001
Boys play soccer in the Jacarezinho, a slum in northern Rio wedged
between a railroad track and a highway,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
TO MATCH FEATURE LIFE BRAZIL BAUHAUS.
Boys play soccer in the Jacarezinho, a slum in northern Rio wedged
between a railroad track and a highway, in Rio de Janeiro, July 16,
2001. A new generation of Bauhaus disciples and a pair of Rio officials
are putting an innovative urban development plan into action. The pilot
project calls for knocking down a handful of cramped cement houses in a
three-block strip of Jacarezinho, or "Little Alligator," opening up
courtyards to bring light to the dank homes and building new multilevel
houses. Demolition is due to start in January and the project should be
completed in 2003.

SM/HK
GERMANY SCHROEDER
RTR7RMN
August 31, 2000
Saxony-Anhaltina's State Prime Minister Reinhard Hoeppner (L) and Minister of State for East German affairs...
Dessau, Germany
GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHROEDER VISITS THE BAUHAUS IN DESSAU.
Saxony-Anhaltina's State Prime Minister Reinhard Hoeppner (L) and Minister of State for East German affairs Rolf Schwanitz (2ndL) stand beside German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder during their visit to the Bauhaus architecture centre in Dessau August 31, 2000. Schroeder continues his ten-day tour to visit the five eastern German federal states.

BAU
AUSTRIA WIESENTHAL
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October 25, 1999
Austrian veteran Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal (L) and Austria's President Thomas Klestil greet each other...
Vienna, Austria - Republic of
WIESENTHAL AND KLESTIL GREET EACH OTHER AT THE OPENING OF AN EXHIBITION IN VIENNA.
Austrian veteran Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal (L) and Austria's President Thomas Klestil greet each other at the opening of an exhibition in Vienna October 25. Wiesenthal urged Austrians not to turn a blind eye to growing hostility towards foreigners and Jews following the recent electoral success of Joerg Haiders far-right party. The exhibition is about "Bauhaus"-artist Friedl Dicker-Brandeis, who was killed 1944 in the Konzentration-camp Ausschwitz-Birkenau.

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