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Ühisväljanne Eesti - Iisrael: Litwinsky maja - 689-28.08.18

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Litwinsky maja. Eesti-Iisraeli ühismark
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Litwinsky Maja on silmapaistev arhitektuurimälestis Tel Avivis. Selle ehitas tuntud ärimees Yaakov Elhanan Litwinsky (1852-1916), kes asus linna elama Odessast. Ta omandas ühe esimesest kuuekümnest maatükist Ahuzat Bayitis, tulevase Tel Avivi tuumikus. Majast number 22, mille ta koos oma perega Achad Ha’ami tänavale ehitas, sai üks selle uue elurajooni silmapaistvamaid hooneid.
1930. aastatel oli Yaakov Litwinsky pojal Maurice Litwinskyl (1888-1951) suur roll Eesti Vabariigi ja tolleaegse Palestiina vaheliste poliitiliste ja majandussuhete arendamisel. 5. aprillil 1929 nimetas Eesti Vabariigi välisminister Maurice Litwinsky Eesti aukonsuliks Jaffas ja Tel Avivis. Konsulaat avati ametlikult 15. mail 1930. Maurice Litwinsky konsulibüroo asus Litwinsky Maja teisel korrusel.
Tänapäeval saavad Tel Avivi elanikud ja turistid, sealhulgas Iisraeli külastavad Eesti kodanikud, imetleda Litwinsky Maja kui professionaalselt taastatud hoonet. Nii saab heita pilgu tagasi ka arhitektuuri ja diplomaatia ajaloolisele sümbioosile, mida Litwinsky Maja kehastab.

Litwinsky house. Joint issue Estonia-Israel.

The Litwinsky House is an outstanding architectural monument in Tel Aviv. It was built by Yaakov Elhanan Litwinsky (1852-1916), a well-known businessman who immigrated from Odessa. Before that he had purchased one of the original sixty-six lots in Ahuzat Bayit, the nucleus of the future Tel Aviv. The house he built with his family at 22 Achad Ha’am Street was one of the most impressive houses in this new neighborhood.
In 1930s the son of Yaakov Litwinsky, Mr Maurice Litwinsky (1888-1951), played a noteworthy role developing political and economic relations between the Republic of Estonia and (then) Palestine. Maurice Litwinsky was appointed Honorary Consul of Estonia in Jaffe and Tel Aviv on April 5th, 1929 by the Foreign Minister of Estonia. The Consulate was officially opened on May 15th, 1930. Maurice Litwinsky’s consul’s office was located on the second floor of the Litwinsky House.
Today the residents of Tel Aviv as well as tourists including the citizens of Estonia visiting Israel, can admire the Litwinsky House, a professionally restored building with an image close to its original architectural idea. Stopping at it one can take a moment to look back at the historical mix of architecture and diplomacy which the Litwinsky House embodies.

Litwinsky-Haus. Gemeinsame Briefmarke Estland-Israel

Das Litwinsky-Haus ist ein prominentes Architekturdenkmal in Tel Aviv. Es wurde von einem bekannten Geschäftsmann Yaakov Elhanan Litwinsky (1852-1916), der aus Odessa hierher übersiedelte, gebaut. Er erwarb eines der ersten sechzig Grundstücke in Ahuzat Bayit, im Kern des zukünftigen Tel Aviv. Das Gebäude Nr. 22, das er mit seiner Familie an die Straße Archad Ha’am errichtete, ist eines der herausragendsten Bauwerke der neuen Wohnsiedlung.
In den 1930er Jahren spielte der Sohn von Yaakov Litwinsky, Maurice Litwinsky (1888-1951), bei der Entwicklung der politischen und wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen der Republik Estland und von dem damaligen Palästina eine wichtige Rolle. Am 5. April 1929 ernannte der Außenminister der Republik Estland Maurice Litwinsky zum estnischen Honorarkonsul in Jaffa und Tel Aviv. Das Konsulat wurde offiziell am 15. Mai 1930 eröffnet. Die Konsularstelle von Maurice Litwinsky befand sich im ersten Stockwerk des Litwinsky-Gebäudes.
Heute können die Einwohner von Tel Aviv sowie die Touristen, zu denen auch die estnischen Staatsbürger, die Israel besuchen, gehören, das Litwinsky-Haus als ein professionell rekonstruiertes Gebäude bewundern. So können sie auch einen Blick auf die historische Symbiose der Architektur und der Diplomatie, die das Litwinsky-Haus verkörpert, werfen.

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Israel Estonia Joint Issue Litwinsky House, Tel Aviv by Renat Abudraham Dadon
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Day Of Issue: 28/08/2018
Catalog Number: 2520
Denomination: 6.5 NIS
Inscription: Israel - Estonia Litwinsky House, Tel Aviv
Inscription On Tab: Israel 70 Years, Estonia 100 Years
Motifs: Photo Litwinsky House
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Plate Number: 1098
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Article: Israel Estonia Joint Issue 28/8/2018
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Joint Issue: Israel - Estonia Litvinsky House, Tel Aviv
Israel – 70 years, Estonia – 100 years


Estonia and Israel celebrated the 25th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations in 2017. The State of Israel recognized the Republic of Estonia in September 1991 and diplomatic relations were established on January 9, 1992.
Interestingly, the diplomatic ties between Estonia and the region of Palestine have a longer history. The Republic of Estonia appointed an Honorary Consul to the British Governor of Palestine in 1929 and the Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Estonia was located at Litwinsky House.
Today, Estonia and the State of Israel consider themselves similar in many ways. Both countries are proud of being modern young states ready to accept the technological and security challenges of the 21st century. Both countries are recognized world leaders in the IT and cyber security realm (Estonia and Israel are among the founding members of the Digital 5 Countries international forum) and both boast an impressive number of start-up companies. The contacts and cooperation between Estonia and Israel, in their private as well as public sectors, are expanding to include the whole realm of economic and technological innovation.
A Jewish presence in Estonia was first recorded in 1333, but their numbers remained small until the 18th century. The Republic of Estonia granted Jews cultural autonomy in 1926 – the first country in Europe to do so. This cultural autonomy was renounced in 1940 as a result of the Soviet occupation and restored after Estonia regained its independence in 1991.
Today there is a smaller, but very dynamic and active Jewish community in Estonia, numbering approximately 2000 members. There is a synagogue (reopened in 2010) and Jewish Cultural Center in Tallinn as well as a Jewish school, kindergarten and social center.
Many Estonian Jews have made Aliyah to Israel during various pre-war or later periods and some 800 Estonian citizens live in Israel today. The number of those Israeli citizens who have other historical ties with Estonia is higher, as many as 2000.
LITWINSKY HOUSE
The Litwinsky House is an outstanding architectural building in Tel Aviv. It was built by Yaakov Elhanan Litwinsky (1852-1916), a well-known businessman who immigrated from Odessa. Before that he had purchased one of the original sixty-six lots in Ahuzat Bayit, the nucleus of the future Tel Aviv. The house he built with his family at 22 Achad Ha’am Street was one of the most impressive homes in the new neighborhood.
In the 1930’s the son of Yaakov Litwinsky, Mr. Maurice Litwinsky (1888-1951), played a noteworthy role developing political and economic relations between the Republic of Estonia and (then) Palestine. Maurice Litwinsky was appointed Honorary Consul of Estonia in Jaffe and Tel Aviv on April 5th, 1929 by the Foreign Minister of Estonia. The Consulate was officially opened on May 15th, 1930.
Mr. Maurice Litwinsky, a well-known personality in Tel Aviv, was active in banking and trade but did not limit his activities to promoting business and consular issues. He also established contacts between several Jewish and Estonian educational institutions, libraries and publishing houses. These contacts lasted until the beginning of World War II.
Maurice Litwinsky’s consular office was located on the second floor of the Litwinsky House. A grand shield with the National Coat of Arms of Estonia was provided by the Foreign Ministry of Estonia to indicate the location of the consular post. It was hung on the facade of the second floor, where it served as another visible element along with the original architectural design. This shield has been preserved by the Litwinsky family over the years.
The next owners, Acro Real Estate and Canada Israel Group, preserved and restored the house based on a conservation plan by Amnon Bar Or & Co. Architects Ltd. The aim was to restore the building back to its original 1930’s form.
Today the residents of Tel Aviv and tourists, including citizens of Estonia visiting Israel, can admire the professionally restored Litwinsky House, as restored to its original architectural idea. When visiting, one can stop and take a moment to look back at the historical mix of architecture and diplomacy that the Litwinsky House embodies.
H.E Mr. Sulev Kannike - Ammbassador of the Republic of Estoia

* The satmp features a photograph of the Litwinski house from a booklet by the Litwinski brothers. Our thanks to Shai Farkash, who documents and preservrs murals and architetctural color.
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Eesti Vabariigi Suursaatkond Tel Avivis
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Eesti Vabariigi konsulaat Jaffas (Martin Hallik) -- Ajalooline Ajakiri 1998 nr 1 lk 57-62
https://dspace.ut.ee/bitstream/handle/1 ... 98_ocr.pdf

Karl Asti reisikirjad. XV Moodne Palestiina -- Uus Eesti nr 24, 25.01.1938
https://dea.digar.ee/article/uuseesti/1938/01/25/62

Iisraeli ja Eesti loost (Marin Mõttus) -- Eesti Ekspress 11.12.2009
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Ilves Iisraelis: meid liidab sarnane ajalooline kogemus -- www.DELFI.ee 28.06.2010 20:51
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Israel Philatelic Federation
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Stamps by Designer - Renat Abudraham Dadon
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