Several hundreds of eclectic-style buildings were constructed in Tel Aviv in the 20s. Their style combines eastern and western architecture, and features ornaments on the facades, symmetry, domes, and arches. Only a few buildings survived to this day. Levin House is one of them. It was built by an architect of Russian origin, Magidovich. His style was influenced by neo-classicism and architecture of Italian summer residences of the 19th century. The building was a private house once. Until recently it held Sotheby’s auctions. If you feel like staying in the area for a while, check out two beautiful cafes across the street from Levin House – Max Brenner and Landwer. Here you can have a cup of coffee and examine the details of the building. Max Brenner would be a perfect choice for chocolate lovers, Landwer – for the hungry ones.