Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv-Yafo ( – Tel Aviv-Yafo ; تَلّ أَبِيب - يَافَا – Tall ʾAbīb - Yāfā), often referred to as just Tel Aviv, is the most populous city in the Gush Dan metropolitan area of Israel.wikipedia
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Israel

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Tel Aviv-Yafo ( – Tel Aviv-Yafo ; تَلّ أَبِيب - يَافَا – Tall ʾAbīb - Yāfā), often referred to as just Tel Aviv, is the most populous city in the Gush Dan metropolitan area of Israel.
Israel's economic and technological center is Tel Aviv, while its seat of government and proclaimed capital is Jerusalem, although the state's sovereignty over Jerusalem has only partial recognition.

Science and technology in Israel

Israel's high-techtechnologicala leading high-tech country
Located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline and with a population of, it is the economic and technological center of the country.
In 1998, Tel Aviv was named by Newsweek as one of the ten most technologically influential cities in the world.

Tel Aviv University

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Tel Aviv is home to Tel Aviv University, the largest university in the country with more than 30,000 students.
Tel Aviv University (TAU) (, Universitat Tel Aviv) is a public research university in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Jaffa

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The city was founded in 1909 by the Yishuv (Jewish residents) as a modern housing estate on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa, then part of the Jerusalem province of Ottoman Syria.
Jaffa, in Hebrew Yafo and in Arabic Yafa and also called Japho or Joppa, the southern and oldest part of Tel Aviv–Yafo, is an ancient port city in Israel.

List of diplomatic missions in Israel

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Tel Aviv is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, headed by Mayor Ron Huldai, and is home to many foreign embassies.
There are currently 86 embassies in Israel, of which 86 embassies are located in Tel Aviv and the Gush Dan Metropolitan Area and 2 embassies are located in Jerusalem.

Neve Tzedek

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Other Jewish suburbs of Jaffa established outside Jaffa's Old City even before Tel Aviv, eventually became part of Tel Aviv, the oldest among them being Neve Tzedek (est.
Neve Tzedek (, lit. Abode of Justice) is a neighborhood located in southwestern Tel Aviv, Israel.

White City (Tel Aviv)

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Tel Aviv's White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, comprises the world's largest concentration of International Style buildings, including Bauhaus and other related modernist architectural styles.
The White City (העיר הלבנה, Ha-Ir ha-Levana; المدينة البيضاء Al-Madinah al-Baydha’a) refers to a collection of over 4,000 buildings built in a unique form of the International Style in Tel Aviv from the 1930s, with a strong Bauhaus component, by Jewish architects from Germany and other Central and East European countries with German Cultural influences, who immigrated to the British Mandate of Palestine after the rise to power of the Nazis in Germany.

Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality

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Tel Aviv is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, headed by Mayor Ron Huldai, and is home to many foreign embassies.
Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality is the arm of local government responsible for the administration of the Israeli city of Tel Aviv-Yafo.

Global Financial Centres Index

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It is a global city and is ranked 25th in the Global Financial Centres Index.

Rothschild Boulevard

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The first water well was later dug at this site, located on what is today Rothschild Boulevard, across from Dizengoff House.
Rothschild Boulevard (, Sderot Rotshild) is one of the principal streets in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel, beginning in Neve Tzedek at its southwestern edge and running north to Habima Theatre.

Meir Dizengoff

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Meir Dizengoff, later Tel Aviv's first mayor, also joined the Ahuzat Bayit society.
Meir Dizengoff (, Меер Янкелевич Дизенгоф Meer Yankelevich Dizengof, 25 February 1861 – 23 September 1936) was a Zionist politician and the first mayor of Tel Aviv (1911-1922 as head of town planning, 1922-1936 as mayor).

Akiva Aryeh Weiss

In 1906, a group of Jews, among them residents of Jaffa, followed the initiative of Akiva Aryeh Weiss and banded together to form the Ahuzat Bayit (lit.
He is best known as the primary founder of Tel Aviv.

Tell Qasile

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Other ancient sites in Tel Aviv include: Tell Qasile and Tel Gerisa.
Tell Qasile is an archaeological site in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ben Gurion Airport

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Lydda Airport (later Ben Gurion Airport) and Sde Dov Airport opened between 1937 and 1938.
Ben Gurion Airport, commonly known by its Hebrew acronym as Natbag, is the main international airport of Israel and the busiest airport in the country, located on the northern outskirts of the city of Lod, which is about 45 km northwest of Jerusalem and 20 km to the southeast of Tel Aviv.

Kerem HaTeimanim

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Other neighborhoods were Neve Shalom (1890), Yafa Nof (1896), Achva (1899), Ohel Moshe (1904), Kerem HaTeimanim (1906), and others.
Kerem HaTeimanim (, lit. "Vineyard of the Yemenites") is a neighborhood in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel.

Israeli coastal plain

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Located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline and with a population of, it is the economic and technological center of the country.
The plain can be conventionally divided into a number of areas: the Northern Coastal Plain borders Western Galilee in its northern part, and the Jezreel Valley in its southern part between Akko and Haifa, where it is also called the Plain of Zebulon; Hof HaCarmel, or the Carmel Coastal Plain, runs along the Mount Carmel range; the Sharon Plain continues down to northern Tel Aviv; the Central Coastal Plain stretches from Tel Aviv to the northern limit of the Gaza Strip, with the Nahal Shikma stream as its limit- there Israel's access to the Mediterranean ends, so that the so-called Israeli Southern Coastal Plain, also known as the Western Negev, actually consists of the hinterland of the Strip.

Ben-Gurion House

Ben Gurion House
Ben Gurion House was built in 1930–31, part of a new workers' housing development.
The Ben-Gurion House is a historic house museum in Tel Aviv, which served as the family home of pre-State Zionist leader and then first Defense and Prime Minister of Israel, David Ben-Gurion, between 1931 and 1953.

Tel Aviv Port

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Friction during the 1936–39 Arab revolt led to the opening of a local Jewish port, Tel Aviv Port, independent of Jaffa, in 1938.
Tel Aviv Port (נמל תל אביב; Namal Tel Aviv) is a commercial and entertainment district in northwest Tel Aviv, Israel along the Mediterranean Sea.

Sde Dov Airport

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Lydda Airport (later Ben Gurion Airport) and Sde Dov Airport opened between 1937 and 1938.
Sde Dov Airport (, lit. Dov Field, مطار سدي دوف), also known as Dov Hoz Airport (, Nemal HaTe'ufa Dov Hoz, مطار دوف هوز) was an airport in Tel Aviv, Israel that mainly handled scheduled domestic flights to Eilat, northern Israel (Haifa and the Galilee), and the Golan Heights, as well as having served as a base for the Israeli Air Force (IAF).

Tel Aviv and Jaffa deportation

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However, growth halted in 1917 when the Ottoman authorities expelled the residents of Jaffa and Tel Aviv.
The Tel Aviv and Jaffa deportation refers to the forcible deportation of the entire civilian populations of Jaffa and Tel Aviv on April 6, 1917, by the Ottoman Empire's authorities in Palestine.

Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium

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At the end of Herzl Street, a plot was allocated for a new building for the Herzliya Hebrew High School, founded in Jaffa in 1906.
Hebrew High School) is a historic high school in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Petah Tikva

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A mass out-migration of residents from Tel Aviv, to adjoining cities like Petah Tikva and Rehovot, where better housing conditions were available, was underway by the beginning of the 1970s, and only accelerated by the Yom Kippur War.
Petah Tikva (, "Opening of Hope"), also known as Em HaMoshavot ("Mother of the Moshavot"), is a city in the Central District of Israel, 10.6 km east of Tel Aviv.

Rehovot

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A mass out-migration of residents from Tel Aviv, to adjoining cities like Petah Tikva and Rehovot, where better housing conditions were available, was underway by the beginning of the 1970s, and only accelerated by the Yom Kippur War.
Rehovot is a city in the Central District of Israel, about 20 km south of Tel Aviv.

Neve Shalom (neighborhood)

Neve Shalom
Other neighborhoods were Neve Shalom (1890), Yafa Nof (1896), Achva (1899), Ohel Moshe (1904), Kerem HaTeimanim (1906), and others.
Neve Shalom is an historic neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Status of Jerusalem

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Due to the international dispute over the status of Jerusalem, most embassies remained in or near Tel Aviv.
The majority of United Nations (UN) member states hold the view that the final status of Jerusalem should be resolved through negotiation, and have therefore favored locating their embassies in Tel Aviv prior to a final status agreement.