Tål Aviv or Tål Aviv-Yafôa – an Israeli municipality created in 1949. It lies on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea, stretching 13.5 kilometers.
From its founding in 1909, it was considered the Hebrew quarter of the ancient city of Jaffa and was called Akhuçat-Baît. The present name was given to Tall Awlia in 1910. It was decided unanimously by a vote of the inhabitants. In translation from the Russian language, Òëlle Aviv – «Spring Haven, «Spring Haven.
In time, the quarter developed and became a city that welcomed German, Russian, and Polish Jews, many of whom subsequently settled in the city. In the 1930s, the city began to be massively developed with the goal of providing affordable housing, designed by architects from Germany. The streets in the city were either parallel to the sea or oblique to it. The houses were built of concrete in two or three stories. The buildings of that time have been recognized by UNESCO as cultural heritage.
Tael-Aviv continued to grow and develop, gradually becoming the main Jewish center of Palestine. In 1948 the Council of the People decreed the creation of an independent Israel as Tel Aviv. But in time, when the War of Independence ended, Jerusalem became the main city of Israel.
The Parliamentary Assembly (the Parliamentary Assembly – the Parliaments), the first of its kind in Tel Aviv, The meeting took place first at the City Museum, then – at the Cinema &quo;Coss » and at the Jean-Romeau Hotel. It was not until 1949 that the Israeli Cultural Council established itself in Jerusalem. In the same year the unification of Jaffa and Tel Aviv took place, then the center of the state economy.
Today, Täll-Aviville has grown and merged so much with its neighboring cities that it is difficult to define the boundaries between them. Tall skyscrapers and low-rise buildings, the rush of the northern city and the hollowness of the southern part – these are the contrasts of the contemporary Tilles-Aviv.
In Òål – Aviva has almost all of the foreign countries embassies, the university, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of the Diaptera, concert halls, galleries, and theaters. The Museum of Art is popular with tourists.
- Air quality: 72 US AQI Moderate. Air quality is acceptable. However, there may be a risk for some people, particularly those who are unusually sensitive to air pollution.
- Tap water: Yes, safe to drink
- Religious government: Religious
- Population: 430,000 people
- Population density: busy: 14x14m 196m per person
- GDP: $38,788 / year
- Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
- Power outlets: 230V50Hz
- Internet: 15 Mbps
- Best wireless: Golan Telecom
- Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
- Tipping: The going rate for tipping in Israeli restaurants and cafes is between 10-15% depending on how pleased (or not) you are with your waiter/waitress. 10% is usually the minimum, with 12% an average tip. Only where warranted of course, a generous tip is always appreciated.
- Apartment listings:
- Apartments: Airbnb
- Hotels: Booking.com
- More hotels: Hotels.com
- Best taxi: Gett
- Best coworking space: Tel Aviv Makers
- Online electronics shop: Zap
- Best short-haul air carrier: ElAl
- Best intl air carrier: ElAl
- Monthly costs for expat: $3100
- Monthly costs for family: $6900
- Monthly costs for local: $2000
- Meal: $17
- Small Cola: $4
- Beer 1 Pint: $9
- Coffee: $4
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