Avraham Miletski (Avraam Miletsky) was a Soviet and Israeli architect, born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1918. Since 1969 he was an honorary member of the Ukrainian Academy of Architecture and notably won the State Prize for Architecture in the USSR, 1967.
Miletski graduated from the Architecture faculty at the Kiev Institute of Engineering in 1941. Between the years 1941-1945 Miletski served in the Red Army. Following this he was appointed chief architect on the "Kiev Project" while also teaching at the Kiev Institute of Art until 1988.
In 1991, Miletski moved to Ashkelon, Israel where he lived and worked until his death.
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