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Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is the second most populous city and the largest metropolitan area in Israel. It has a population of 410,000 and a land area of . The city is located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline in central-west Israel, in Gush Dan, Israel's largest metropolitan area, containing 42% of Israel's population. It is also the largest and most populous city in Gush Dan, which is collectively home to 3,405,000 residents. The city is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo municipality, headed by Ron Huldai. Residents of Tel Aviv are referred to as Tel Avivim (singular: Tel Avivi)....

Tel Aviv University

Tel Aviv University (TAU) (Universitat Tel Aviv) is a public university located in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. With nearly 30,000 students, TAU is Israel's largest university. History Located in Israel's cultural, financial and industrial core, Tel Aviv University is a major center of teaching and research, comprising 9 faculties, 27 schools, 98 departments and 128 research institutes and centers....

Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area

The Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area, or Gush Dan, is a metropolitan area including areas from both the Tel Aviv and the Central Districts of Israel. The area is closely linked to the city of Tel Aviv through social, economic, and cultural ties. It is located along the Israeli Mediterranean coastline. The Tel Aviv metropolitan area is the largest metropolitan area in Israel and has an estimated population of 3,206,400 residents, 95% of whom (3,000,000) are Israeli Jews. It houses about 42% of Israel's population....

Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASEcolloquially known as the Bursa) in Tel Aviv is Israel's only stock exchange. TASE is the only public market for trading securities in Israel. It plays a major role in the Israeli economy. TASE lists some 622 companies, about 60 of which are also listed on stock exchanges in other countries. TASE also lists some 180 exchange-traded funds (ETFs), 60 government bonds, 500 corporate bonds, and more than 1000 mutual funds. In 2009, the trading day was set at 9:30 AM–4:30 PM....

Tel Aviv District

The Tel Aviv District is the smallest and most densely populated of six administrative districts of Israel with a population of 1.2 million residents. It is 99.0% Jewish and 1.0% Arab (0.7% Muslim, 0.3% Christian). It is also the only of the six districts to simultaneously not border the West Bank, Gaza or any international border, instead being surrounded on the north, east and south by Central District and on the west by the Mediterranean Sea. The district's capital is Tel Aviv and the metropolitan area created by the Tel Aviv district and its neighboring cities is named Gush Dan....

Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center

Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center (commonly referred to as Ichilov Hospital) is the main hospital serving Tel Aviv, Israel, and its metropolitan area. It is the third-largest hospital complex in the country. The complex is spread out over an area of 150,000 m² and incorporates three hospitals: Ichilov General Hospital and Ida Sourasky Rehabilitation Center, Lis Maternity Hospital, and Dana Children's Hospital. The director of the hospital is Prof. Gabriel Barabash. History Ichilov Hospital was founded in 1963 as a one-building facility designed by architect Arieh Sharon....

Tel Aviv Museum of Art

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art (Muze'on Tel Aviv Lamanut) is an art museum in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was established in 1932 in a building that was the home of Tel Aviv's first mayor, Meir Dizengoff. The Helena Rubinstein Pavilion for Contemporary Art opened in 1959. The museum moved to its current location on King Saul Avenue in 1971. Another wing was added in 1999 and the Lola Beer Ebner Sculpture Garden was established. The museum houses a comprehensive collection of classical and contemporary art, especially Israeli art, a sculpture garden and a youth wing....

Ramat Aviv

Ramat Aviv (lit. Spring Heights) is a neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel. Ramat Aviv has expanded over the years and now consists of four quarters: Neve Avivim (Ramat Aviv Bet); Ramat Aviv Aleph; Ramat Aviv Gimmel; and Ramat Aviv HaHadasha. History Ramat Aviv was founded in the 1950s, following the great influx of immigrants from Eastern Europe into Israel. Over the years additional neighborhoods were built to the north and northwest. Landmarks in Ramat Aviv include Tel Aviv University, the Eretz Israel Museum, the Palmach Museum, Beth Hatefutsoth and the Ramat Aviv Mall....

Tel Aviv Central Bus Station

Tel Aviv Central Bus Station, known as the New Central Bus Station (HaTachana HaMerkazit HaChadasha), is the main bus station of Tel Aviv, Israel. Located in the south of the city, it was opened on August 18, 1993. It was the largest bus station in the world from its opening date until 2010, when it was overtaken by Delhi, India's Millennium Park Bus Depot. The station covers 230,000 m2 and a total area of 44 dunams (44,000 m2). History Construction began on December 14, 1967, but work was prematurely halted due to financial difficulties....

Embassy of Germany, Tel Aviv

The Embassy of Germany in Tel Aviv is Germany's diplomatic mission to Israel. The embassy is located at 3 Daniel Frisch Street, Tel Aviv. The embassy is also home to a consulate, various departments and a military attaché. The current ambassador is Mr. Andreas Michaelis....

Savivaldybė Stadium: Savivaldybė Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Šiauliai, Lithuania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FK Šiauliai. The stadium holds 4,000 people. DEFAUL...

2006 Tel Aviv shawarma restaurant bombing: The 2006 Tel Aviv shawarma restaurant bombing was a suicide bombing on April 17, 2006 at "Rosh Ha'ir" shawarma restaurant in Tel Aviv, Israel. Eleven people were killed in the attack and 70 were inj...

Tel Aviv 2000 Terminal: 2000 Terminal, more commonly known as Arlozorov Terminal, is a bus terminal in Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located near the border of Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan, next to Ayalon Highway and the junction of sev...

Acquaviva (San Marino): Acquaviva is one of the 9 communes or "castelli" of San Marino. Geography It has 2,096 inhabitants (conditions 2012) in an area of 4.86 km². It borders the San Marino municipalities Borgo Maggior...

White City (Tel Aviv): The White City (Ha-Ir HaLevana) refers to a collection of over 4,000 Bauhaus or International style buildings built in Tel Aviv from the 1930s by German Jewish architects who immigrated to the British...

Neve Sha'anan, Tel Aviv: Neve Sha'anan (eng. "peaceful abode") is a neighborhood in Tel Aviv, Israel, founded in 1922. It is named after the Bible (Isaiah 33:20: "Your eyes will see Jerusalem, a peaceful abode".) It is a maj...

Tel Aviv University Railway Station: Tel Aviv University Railway Station is an Israel Railways station in northern Tel Aviv, Israel. It is officially named Tel Aviv Universita – Merkaz HaYeridim in Hebrew (English: Tel Aviv Universi...

Tel Aviv Savidor Central Railway Station: Tel Aviv Savidor Central Railway Station (Tel Aviv Savidor Merkaz) is the main central train station of Tel Aviv. It is one of the main railway hubs of Israel, located on the eastern side of Tel Avi...

Tel Aviv–Jerusalem bus 405 suicide attack: The Tel Aviv–Jerusalem bus 405 attack was a suicide attack on 6 July 1989 carried out by Abed al-Hadi Ghaneim of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad. On a crowded Egged commuter bus line No. 405 en rout...

Avivim: Avivim, is an Israeli moshav (pop. 500) in the far north of Israel, in the Upper Galilee. It is located less than one kilometre (3,000 feet) from the Lebanese border, and on the land of the depopulate...

Tel Aviv Zoo: The Tel Aviv Zoo was a zoo founded in 1938 and located in central Tel Aviv, Israel. The zoo was closed in 1980 and now the Gan Ha'Ir shopping mall occupies this site. History When Rabbi Dr. Mordecai...

Great Synagogue (Tel Aviv): The Great Synagogue of Tel Aviv is located on 110 Allenby Street, Tel Aviv, just east of the Shalom Tower. The building was designed by Yehuda Magidovitch in 1922 and completed in 1926. It was renovat...

Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station: Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station is one of the busiest railway stations in Israel, serving most lines of Israel Railways. It is located on HaShalom Interchange over Ayalon Highway in Tel Aviv. Ope...

Tel Aviv HaHagana Railway Station: Tel Aviv HaHagana Railway Station is an Israel Railways station in Tel Aviv. It is Tel Aviv's southernmost railway station, located some 400 meters to the east of Tel Aviv Central Bus Station. It is...

Tel Aviv Zen Center: Tel Aviv Zen Center is a Kwan Um School of Zen practice center located in Israel, and is one of five zen centers in the Middle East affiliated with the school. The center was established in 1999, and...

Kfar Aviv: Kfar Aviv (lit. Village of Spring) is a moshav in the South District of Israel, near Ashdod. It belongs to the Gederot Regional Council. Kfar Aviv was founded in 1952 by the Jewish Agency. It was inte...

Florentin, Tel Aviv: Florentin is a neighborhood in the southern part of Tel Aviv, Israel, named for David Florentin, a Greek Jew who purchased the land in the late 1920s. Development of the area was spurred by its prox...

Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center: The Tel Aviv Performing Arts Center (TAPAC) is a performing arts center at King Saul Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was designed by Israeli architect Jacob Rechter. Opened to the public in 1994, ...

Meir Park, Tel Aviv: Meir Park (Gan Meir) is a public park, bounded by King George Street and Tchernichovsky Street in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel. Meir Park opened to the public on March 10, 1944. It is named after...

King George Street (Tel Aviv): King George Street (Rehov HaMelekh George) is a street in Tel Aviv. The street extends from Masaryk Square in the north to Magen David Square in the south, where it meets with Allenby Street, the Car...

Lod Ganei Aviv Railway Station: The Lod Ganei Aviv Railway station is a station in Lod, Israel on the Tel Aviv – Rishon LeZion line....

Aviva Stadium: The Aviva Stadium (Irish: Staid Aviva) (also known as Lansdowne Road) is a sports stadium located in Dublin, Ireland, with a capacity for 51,700 spectators (all seated). It is built on the site of the...

Tel Aviv Promenade: Tel Aviv promenade (known in Hebrew as the Tayelet) is a promenade that runs along the Mediterranean seashore in Tel Aviv, Israel. History In the late 1930s, the city council decided to build a prome...

Tel Aviv South Railway Station: For other stations in Tel Aviv, see Tel Aviv Central, Tel Aviv HaShalom, Tel Aviv HaHagana and Tel Aviv University. Tel Aviv South Railway Station is a former railway station in Tel Aviv, Israel, ...

Savivesi: Savivesi is a lake of Finland....

Neve Avivim: Neve Avivim is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the northwestern part of the city....

Ramat Aviv HaHadasha: Ramat Aviv HaHadasha is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is a relatively modern portion of the city, with white, cream and beige apartment buildings. It is located in the northweste...

Ma'oz Aviv: Ma'oz Aviv (lit. Spring Fortress) is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the northeastern part of the city....

Old North (Tel Aviv): The Old North is a residential area of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is bounded by Arlozorov Street in the south, the Yarkon River in the north, the Mediterranean Sea in the west and Ibn Gabirol Street in the...

Ezra, Tel Aviv: Ezra is a neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the southern part of the city....

Shabazi, Tel Aviv: Shabazi is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the southern part of the city....

Old Tel Aviv Central Bus Station: The Old Tel Aviv Central Bus Station was the main bus station of Tel Aviv from 1941 until 1993. The station served intercity bus routes as well as local city and suburban buses. On August 18, 1993, Te...

Ramat Aviv Mall: Ramat Aviv Mall (Hebrew:) is a shopping mall on 40 Einstein Street, in Ramat Aviv, Tel Aviv. At a rent of $1,804 per square meter, it is Israel's most expensive mall and the 35th most expensive mall ...

Vision Tower (Tel Aviv): Vision Tower is a skyscraper in Tel Aviv, Israel. Completed in 2009, the building is 149.8 meters tall and has 42 floors (although, according to skyscraperpage.com, the building has 35 floors and stan...

Tel Aviv City Hall: The Tel Aviv City Hall (Hebrew בית עיריית תל אביב - יפו) is the center of the government of Tel Aviv, Israel, and houses the mayor's office and the meeting chambers and offices of th...

Tel Aviv Port: The Tel Aviv Port is a commercial and entertainment district in northwest Tel Aviv, Israel along the Mediterranean Sea. The port was opened on February 23, 1938 and closed on October 25, 1965 when it...

Embassy of the United States, Tel Aviv: The Embassy of the United States of America in Tel Aviv is the permanent U.S. mission to Israel and has been located at 71 Hayarkon Street in Tel Aviv since the building's completion in 1966. Histo...

2011 Tel Aviv nightclub attack: The 2011 Tel Aviv nightclub attack was a combined vehicle attack and stabbing attack carried out on 01:50 am (GMT+2) August 29, 2011 in which a Palestinian attacker stole an Israeli taxi cab and ra...

Aiguaviva: Aiguaviva is a village in the province of Girona and autonomous community of Catalonia, Spain. The municipality covers an area of and as of 2011 had a population of 754 people. PopulationPlaces of i...

Tel Aviv Cinematheque: Tel Aviv Cinematheque (also called: Doron Cinema center) is a Cinematheque and Movie Archive, opened in Tel Aviv in 12 May 1973. The Cinematheque, located at HaArba'a Street 2, has two cinema halls. ...

Shapira (Tel Aviv neighborhood): Shapira (Shechunat Shapira) is a neighborhood in south Tel Aviv, Israel with a population of 8,000. History The neighborhood was founded by Meir Getzl Shapiro, an American Jewish businessman, who im...

Dan Hotel, Tel Aviv: The Dan Hotel, Tel Aviv, is a luxury hotel on Tel Aviv's sea-front. It was the first hotel of the Dan Hotels chain. History The original building was built in the 1930s, and started off as a small pe...

2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing: The 2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing was a mass-casualty terror attack carried out on November 21, 2012, on a crowded passenger bus driving in the center of Tel Aviv's business district. The attack was carri...

Luna Park, Tel Aviv: Luna Park, Tel Aviv is an amusement park complex located in the Tel Aviv Fairgrounds from 1970. The Luna Park was opened as a public urban amusement park. At its opening it counted only three Ferris...

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