About Tel Aviv

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A youthful, modern metropolis with a diverse population, Tel Aviv dates back only to 1909. Its thriving arts community, amazing beaches and unique culture attract artists, musicians and
young professionals to Tel Aviv. Its UNESCO-designated Bauhaus architecture has won the city the moniker "The White City.”

Tel Aviv is one of the liveliest cities you will come across, and its unlimited possibilities put the city in a unique class, alongside the world's major metropolises such as New York, London,
Paris, and Munich. It is considered to be the national center for night life and entertainment filled with night clubs featuring music of all types, restaurants, pubs, coffee houses, movie theaters, auditoriums, and concert halls. It is no accident that the city of Tel Aviv is known as "the city that never sleeps”.

Tel Aviv is also a business and trade center. There are colorful and bustling markets such as the flea market in Jaffa, the Carmel Market, the HaTikva Market, and Levinsky Market. There
are also modern shopping malls such as Dizengoff Center and Azrieli Center, and important business centers for high-tech companies, realtors, and the stock market. All these have made Tel Aviv the business capital of Israel and an international center for conventions, exhibitions, and conferences.
A youthful, modern metropolis with a diverse population,
Tel Aviv dates back only to 1909. Its thriving arts community, amazing beaches and unique culture attract artists, musicians and young professionals to Tel Aviv.

Its UNESCO-designated Bauhaus architecture has won the city the moniker "The White City.”
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