Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv, Israel


Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv, Israel
Address: Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
Tel Aviv - Tel Aviv, Israel

Tel Aviv - Wikipedia

Etymology and origins. 1904-1917: The foundation in the Late Ottoman Period. British administration 1917-1934: Townships in the Jaffa Municipality. 1934 Jaffa municipal independence. The 1950s and 1960s saw growth. Population growth and urban decline in the 1970s and 1980s. Arab-Israeli conflict. List of Tel Aviv Mayors

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Hebrew: tel-Aabiyb-yapvo [tel a’viv 'jafo]); Arabic: talW ’abiyb - yafa. It is often referred simply as Tel Aviv. It is located on the Israeli Mediterranean coast and has a population in excess of 460,613. Tel Aviv, if East Jerusalem is considered to be part of Israel is the second-most populous city in the country after Jerusalem. If not, Tel Aviv, ahead of West Jerusalem, is the most populous. [a]

Tel Aviv is managed by the Tel Aviv Yafo Municipality. Mayor Ron Huldai is its leader. It is also home to many foreign embassies. It is a beta+ city, ranked 41st on the Global Financial Centres Index. Tel Aviv is the Middle East's third- to fourth-largest city and has the highest per capita economy. [6][7] At the moment, the city has the highest living costs in the world. [8][9] Tel Aviv hosts more than 2.5 million visitors each year. It is a \"party capital\" of the Middle East with a vibrant nightlife and a 24-hour culture. [12][13] Tel Aviv is known as the World's Vegan Food Capital. It has the highest per-capita vegan population in the world and many vegan restaurants throughout the city. Tel Aviv University is the country's largest university, with over 30,000 students.