Tel Aviv-Yafo is a major city in Israel, located on the countrys Mediterranean coastline. It is the center and the technology hub of Israel, with a population of 432,892. Tel Aviv is the largest city in the Gush Dan region of Israel, Tel Aviv is also a focal point in the high-tech concentration known as the Silicon Wadi. Tel Aviv is governed by the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, headed by Ron Huldai, Tel Aviv is a global city, and is the thirty eighth most important financial center in the world. Tel Aviv is known to have the third-largest economy of any city in the Middle East after Abu Dhabi and Kuwait City, the city receives over a million international visitors annually. Known as The City that Never Sleeps and a party capital, it has a lively nightlife, the city was founded in 1909 by Jewish immigrants on the outskirts of the ancient port city of Jaffa. It is named after the Hebrew translation of Theodor Herzls 1902 novel, Altneuland, the modern citys first neighbourhoods had already been established in 1886, the first being Neve Tzedek. Immigration by mostly Jewish refugees meant that the growth of Tel Aviv soon outpaced Jaffas, Tel Aviv and Jaffa were merged into a single municipality in 1950, two years after the establishment of the State of Israel. Tel Avivs White City, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, Tel Aviv is the Hebrew title of Theodor Herzls Altneuland, translated from German by Nahum Sokolow. The name was chosen in 1910 from several suggestions, including Herzliya and it was found fitting as it embraced the idea of a renaissance in the ancient Jewish homeland. Aviv is Hebrew for spring, symbolizing renewal, and tel is a man-made mound accumulating layers of civilization built one over the other and symbolizing the ancient. Although founded in 1909 as a settlement on the sand dunes North of Jaffa. The marketing pamphlets advocating for its establishment in 1906, wrote, In this city we will build the streets so they have roads and sidewalks and electric lights. Every house will have water wells that will flow through pipes as in every modern European city. Since 1886, Jewish settlers had founded new neighborhoods outside Jaffa on the current territory of Tel Aviv, the first was Neve Tzedek, built on lands owned by Aharon Chelouche and inhabited primarily by Mizrahi Jews. Other neighborhoods were Neve Shalom, Yafa Nof, Achva, Ohel Moshe, Kerem HaTeimanim, once Tel Aviv received city status in the 1920s, those neighborhoods joined the newly formed municipality, now becoming separated from Jaffa. The Second Aliyah led to further expansion, 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 society. The societys goal was to form a Hebrew urban centre in an environment, planned according to the rules of aesthetics
Afeka is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the part of the city. The origin of the name Afeka is from Afeka association which was established at 1943 with a purpose of purchasing property for people, the neighborhood was founded in 1955 by former Haganah officers who were looking for a location to build their homes. The neighborhood was considered a far suburb of Tel Aviv, this changed after the building of Tel Aviv University. Carter Garden, The oldest public garden of the neighborhood, yad Avner, A building of the department of geography of Tel Aviv University and a local police station. Beit Halohem, compound of buildings used by injured Israel Defense Forces soldiers for sport, afek association square, Traffic circle, perpetuating the association who led the establishing of the neighborhood. Chelli Goldenberg, model and actress Yaron London, media personality, journalist, actor, and songwriter Dana Wexler, Miss Israel 198132. 122595°N34. 80656°E /32.122595,34.80656
ASA Tel Aviv
ASA Tel Aviv, is a handball club from the city of Tel Aviv, Israel. Competes in the Ligat Winner Big and it is the Israeli first division. The club was established in 1982, the team won the league championship in 2002. In addition to this, the team won five state caps, the club also operates a large juniors department. The teams colors are Blue and white, and it hosts its games in Ilite Center in Tel Aviv University
Begin Road is a major thoroughfare in Tel Aviv, Israel. It begins at Allenby Street and runs to its end which is at HaRakevet Interchange on Ayalon Highway. There is one interchange along Begin Road, The kaplan Interchange, located near Azrieli Center and Tel Aviv HaShalom Railway Station, two lanes in each direction pass in a Tunnel under Kaplan Street. Another interchange, the bridge, was demolished August 21st,2015. The road is named after Menachem Begin, previously it was known as Petah Tikva road
Rubinstein Building is a landmark skyscraper in Tel Aviv, Israel. The building was named after its developer, Rubinstein and Company and it was designed by Freiberger Architects. Under Aryeh Freiberger, construction began in 1998 and was completed in 1999, the building reaches a height of 102 meters, and contains 28 floors, with an area of 62,000 square meters,34,000 of which are used as commercial and office property. The tower is covered entirely with windows, with a concave shape to the north-east. The ground floor is designed to accommodate an underground railway station, adjacent to the tower is a nine-story parking garage, and on the tower roof mast are installed antennas which add approximately 10 meters to the buildings height. List of tallest buildings and structures in Israel SketchUp Buildings
Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla F.C.
Beitar Tel Aviv Ramla F. C. is an Israeli football club which representing Tel Aviv and Ramla. They are currently in Liga Leumit, the level of Israeli football. Home matches are played at the Ramla Municipal Stadium, Beitar Shimshon Tel Aviv was formed in 2000 by a merger of Beitar Tel Aviv and Shimshon Tel Aviv. Both clubs were in Liga Artzit at the time of the merger, in 2006 the club moved to Bnei Yehudas Hatikva Neighborhood Stadium. In 2008–09, the club finished sixth in Liga Artzit, and due to restructuring, were promoted to Liga Leumit. In 2011, the club had his second merger, this time with Ironi Ramla, due to it, as to 1 June 2016 Team info on The Israel Football Association website