Tel Aviv

What is Tel Aviv known for?


high presence

premiere at the Vermont International Film Festival. * 2009 - Tamid oto chalom Israeli TV miniseries about drag life in Tel Aviv, based on the songs of Israeli song writer Svika Pick * 2010 – Yazima Beauty Salon the Movie featuring drag comedy dance group Yazima Beauty Salon Israel There are Pride events in both Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The Jerusalem parades are met with resistance due to the high presence of religious bodies in the city. Three Pride parades took


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Among these are the Eretz Israel Museum, known for its collection of archaeology and history exhibits dealing with the Land of Israel, and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Housed on the campus of Tel Aviv University is Beth Hatefutsoth, a museum of the international Jewish diaspora that tells the story of Jewish prosperity and persecution throughout the centuries of exile (Jewish diaspora). Batey Haosef Museum specializes in Israel Defense Forces military history. The Palmach Museum (Palmach) near Tel Aviv University offers a multimedia experience of the history of the Palmach. Right next to Charles Clore Park is a museum of the Etzel (Irgun). The Israel Trade Fairs & Convention Center, located in the northern part of the city, hosts more than 60&


construction set

a major commercial center. The Diamond Exchange itself contains four buildings connected by bridges; the Maccabi Tower, Shimshon Tower, Noam Tower, and Diamond Tower which contains the world's largest diamond trading floor and is the head-building of the Diamond Exchange. Also in the district are a number of other buildings of importance. The Moshe Aviv Tower is Israel's tallest building at 244 meters. Opposite it, the Elite Tower is currently under construction, set to be equal or greater in height. The Sheraton City Tower is a hotel in the district, whilst other notable buildings are the Ayalon Tower and Gibor Sport House. * '''Highway 4 (Highway 4 (Israel))''' (also called '''Geha Highway''', or '''First President Road''' - a major North-South highway connecting Ra'anana and Kfar Saba in the North to Petah Tiqva and Ramat Gan in the centre and Ashdod in the South. * '''Highway 5 (Highway 5 (Israel))''' - connects the Mediterranean (Mediterranean Sea) coast immediately north of Tel Aviv with the central Sharon plain and Ariel (Ariel (city)) and other Israeli settlements in the northern West Bank. * '''Highway 44 (Highway 44 (Israel))''' - connects Tel Aviv with Ramla, Lod and the Shefela. Panoramas Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


opposition style

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producing music

, Lev. He is a lecturer at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beer Sheva, and at Tel Aviv University. '''Alien Project''' is the psychedelic trance artist Ari Linker from Tel Aviv, Israel. He has been DJing and producing music since 1994, and his sound has evolved into a recognizably upbeat psytrance sound. Under Melchior, the party has taken an even more left leaning approach both in foreign and especially in domestic affairs. The party has run in municipal


mix album

in Brief ''Haaretz'' Her father served as the chief operations officer of the Irgun. DATE OF BIRTH 8 July 1958 PLACE OF BIRTH Tel Aviv, Israel DATE OF DEATH '''''Global Underground 001: Tony De Vit, Tel Aviv''''' is a DJ mix album in the Global Underground series, compiled and mixed by Tony De Vit. The set was recorded at a gig in the Alenbi 58 club in Tel Aviv, Israel. * In ''The Big Bad Wolf (The Big Bad Wolf (novel))'', Pasha Sorokin is initially believed to be the Wolf. He is known by several alias (Pseudonym)es, the best known one being Ari Manning, a businessman originally from Tel Aviv and now based in Miami, Florida, who is well-connected to the community's professional athletes and politicians. Detective Cross traces Sorokin's human smuggling and sex slave ring by taking down Sorokin's associates such as Potter (Homer O. Taylor) and Sterling (Lawrence Lipton), eventually leading to Sorokin's being arrested at his Palm Beach (Palm Beach, Florida) mansion, though Sorokin denies that he is the Wolf. While Sorokin is in custody, his or the Wolf's associates have Sterling and the rest of the Lipton family in Dallas murdered. Enroute to the courthouse for his first appearance, the police convoy transporting Sorokin is ambushed. A Russian mobster, who is also known as the Wolf, blows up Sorokin with a rocket launcher to prevent the latter from betraying their organization. * In ''London Bridges'', the Wolf threatens to bomb New York City, London, Paris, Frankfurt and Tel Aviv if his multi-billion dollar ransom demand is not met, bombing a small town in Nevada prove his point. There are three individuals who go by the alias, The Wolf. ** One suspect who may be the Wolf gets facial surgery in order to elude the NYPD, but during the pursuit he gets fatally shot by Cross while attempting to jump from one rooftop to another. Jerusalem Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


rock culture

Street in Tel Aviv. From margins to mainstream, Haaretz These bands mainly performed cover versions of popular rock songs by bands like The Beatles and The Shadows. Rock culture, in the social and political sense, was nowhere in sight. Bands that stood out in the first wave of Israeli rock were The Lions, The Churchills, The Fat and the Thins, The Styles, The Electric Stage, The Seventh Radiance, The Goldstars, The Sing-Sing, The Blue Stars and The Spiders. thumb upright Memorial near the crash site (File:Denkmal Swissair-Flug 330.jpg) '''Swissair Flight SR330''' was a regularly scheduled flight from Zürich International Airport in Kloten, Switzerland to Tel Aviv, Israel. In 1992, El Al Flight 1862 bound for Tel Aviv crashed outside Amsterdam. In the course of the crash investigation, it was revealed that amongst the plane's cargo was fifty gallons of dimethyl methylphosphonate, a chemical that can be used in the production of the nerve agent sarin. The dimethyl methylphosphonate was bound for the Israel Institute for Biological Research in Ness Ziona, a top secret military installation outside Tel Aviv that was also responsible for producing the poison used in a September 1997 assassination attempt on a leader of the terrorist organization Hamas (Khaled Mashal). According to Israeli officials, the substance was only for defensive research purposes, to test filters for gas masks. In 1992, El Al Flight 1862 bound for Tel Aviv crashed outside Amsterdam. In the course of the crash investigation, it was revealed that amongst the plane's cargo was fifty gallons of dimethyl methylphosphonate, a chemical that can be used in the production of the nerve agent sarin. The dimethyl methylphosphonate was bound for the Israel Institute for Biological Research in Ness Ziona, a top secret military installation outside Tel Aviv that was also responsible for producing the poison used in a September 1997 assassination attempt on a leader of the terrorist organization Hamas (Khaled Mashal). According to Israeli officials, the substance was only for defensive research purposes, to test filters for gas masks. * '''October 25, 2003''': The 1,000th article was written. * '''July 22, 2004''': The first meeting of Hebrew Wikipedians took place in Tel Aviv, Israel. * '''September 10, 2004''': The 10,000th article was written. In March 2009, Arison sponsored Israel’s third annual “Good Deeds Day” in which her non-profit organization, Ruach Tova, inspired thousands of Israelis to get involved in volunteering across the country. Be part of a day that is all good, Ynet News, Published March 17, 2009. As part of the event, which took place near Tel Aviv, a Palestinian youth orchestra performed in an hour-long concert in honor of Holocaust survivors. Essay: If dialogue is a crime, we are all guilty, by David Saranga, Jerusalem Post, Published April 16, 2009. They played classical Arabic tunes and songs of peace, but upon the group’s return to Jenin, authorities condemned the orchestra’s leader for her so-called “exploitation of the children for political purposes.” Concert for Holocaust Survivors Is Condemned, By ISABEL KERSHNER and KHALED ABU AKER, New York Times, Published March 29, 2009. The event garnered lots of media attention from around the world. Real roadblocks to peace, By Abraham Cooper & Harold Brackman, Ynet News, Published April 8, 2009. Israel Faces Soul-Searching Double Standard, By Cathy Young, Jewish Journal, Published April 8, 2009. Center Field: Don't Cry For Us, New York Jewry, Turkish Weekly, Published April 14, 2009. Following the concert to celebrate “Good Deeds Day”, the orchestra conductor was expelled from her hometown of Jenin. birth_date Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


low bass

Audio produced small subwoofers that relied on the missing fundamental concept to give the illusion of low bass.

, 2010 Both products processed certain overtones selectively to help small loudspeakers, ones which could not reproduce low-frequency components, to sound as if they were capable of low bass. Both products included a high-pass filter which greatly attenuated all the low frequency tones that were expected to be beyond the capabilities of the target sound system.


major performing

New Economy: Silicon Wadi journal Wired (Wired (magazine)) accessdate 2 February 2008 date 16 April 1998 It is the country's financial capital (Financial centre) and a major performing arts and business center. Tel Aviv has the second-largest economy (List of cities by GDP) in the Middle East after Dubai, and is the 31st most expensive city in the world. Commons:Category:Tel Aviv Wikipedia:Tel Aviv Dmoz:Regional Middle East Israel Localities Tel Aviv


single people

in the south is considered "central" Tel Aviv. The area south of Salame Street is generally south Tel Aviv, and Jaffa lies to the South-West. North Tel Aviv is generally more residential and family-oriented; central Tel Aviv is the hipper-younger area with many single people and couples in their 20s and 30s; south Tel Aviv is a rapidly gentrifying area with a mixed population - from older working-class people to artists to migrant African workers. Tel Aviv is likely the most liberal city

Tel Aviv

'''Tel Aviv''' ( . Countries maintain their embassies in Tel Aviv and its suburbs, or suburbs of Jerusalem, such as Mevaseret Zion. (see CIA Factbook) See Positions on Jerusalem: "No country in the world except for Israel has recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital".

Tel Aviv was founded by the Jewish community on the outskirts of the ancient port city (port) of Jaffa (

Tel Aviv is a global city, a technological and economic hub, home to the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, corporate offices and research and development centers.

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