Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv Eagle Eye View
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an eagle view over Dizengoff circle and on the hotel line at the Tel Aviv promenade facing the Mediterranean sea.
Situated on a 12 kilometer long strip on the Mediterranean seacoast, the sunny beachfront of Tel Aviv has bathing beaches and a romantic waterfront promenade.
Tel Aviv is the cultural and business hub of Israel and is an active city with lively entertainment, culture, art, fashion events, movie theaters, shopping malls, food festivals, a variety of cuisines and an attractive nightlife scene.
Due to the extensive Bauhaus architecture buildings, Tel Aviv was declared a World Cultural Heritage site by Unesco in 2003. This building style became frequent in the 1930s because the city architects had strong links to the European architectural trends.
The city has several plazas, the best known being Rabin Square, HaMedina Square, and Dizengoff Circle.
A latest report had selected Tel Aviv among the top places in the world for startup technologies activity. Tel Aviv has the highest density of startups in the world, has the highest output of startups and a healthy mix of startups in all stages.
Tel Aviv is actually a statup by itself: on April 11, 1909, sixty six Jewish families who resided in Jaffa gathered on the sand dunes north of Jaffa for the purpose of establishing a new Hebrew town. They started a new neighborhood outside Jaffa called Ahuzat Bait, of what would later become the city of Tel Aviv. This event was is considered as the official foundation of Tel Aviv.
December 2nd, 2012
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