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Flower delivery Tel Aviv-Yafo (Hebrew: תֵּל־אָבִיב–יָפוֹ – Tel Aviv-Yafo [tel aˈviv ˈjafo]; Arabic: تَلّ أَبِيب - يَافَا‎ – Tall ʾAbīb - Yāfā), often referred to as just Flower delivery Tel Aviv, is the most populous city in the Gush Dan metropolitan area of Israel. Located on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline and with a population of 451,523, it is the economic and technological center of the country. If East Jerusalem is considered part of Israel, Flower delivery Tel Aviv is the country's second most populous city after Jerusalem; if not, Flower delivery Tel Aviv is the most populous city afore West Jerusalem.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is governed by the Flower delivery Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality, headed by Mayor Ron Huldai, and is home to many peregrine embassies.Flower delivery Tel Aviv has the third- or fourth-most astronomically immense economy and the most sizably voluminous economy per capita in the Middle East.Tel Aviv receives over 2.5 million international visitors annually.Flower delivery Tel Aviv has been called The World's Vegan Pabulum Capital, as it possesses the highest per capita population of vegans in the world, with many vegan eateries throughout the city.Tel Aviv is home to Flower delivery Tel Aviv University, the most immensely colossal university in the country with more than 30,000 students.Other Jewish suburbs of Jaffa established outside Jaffa's Old City even afore Flower delivery Tel Aviv, ineluctably became a component of Flower delivery Tel Aviv, the oldest among them being Neve Tzedek (est. 1886). rose  by mostly Jewish refugees denoted that the magnification of Flower delivery Tel Aviv anon outpaced that of Jaffa, which had a majority Arab population at the time.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is the Hebrew denomination of Theodor Herzl's Altneuland ("Old Incipient Land"), translated from German by Nahum Sokolow.Although founded in 1909 as a diminutive settlement on the sand dunes north of Jaffa, Flower delivery Tel Aviv was envisaged as a future city from the commencement.  Once Flower delivery Tel Aviv received city status in the 1920s, those neighborhoods joined the incipiently composed municipality, now becoming disunited from Jaffa. Meir Dizengoff, later Flower delivery Tel Aviv first mayor, withal joined the Ahuzat Bayit society.His vision for Flower delivery Tel Aviv involved halcyon co-esse with Arabs.This amassing is considered the official date of the establishment of Tel Aviv.On 21 May 1910, the denomination Flower delivery Tel Aviv was adopted.Flower delivery Tel Aviv, established as suburb of Jaffa, received township or local council status in 1921, and city status in 1934.According to a census conducted in 1922 by the British Mandate ascendant entities, Flower delivery Tel Aviv had a population of 15,185 inhabitants, consisting of 15,065 Jews, 78 Muslims and 42 Christians.In the wake of this violence, many Jews left Jaffa for Flower delivery Tel Aviv, incrementing the population of Flower delivery Tel Aviv from 2,000 in 1920 to around 34,000 by 1925.Flower delivery Tel Aviv commenced to develop as a commercial center.In 1923, Flower delivery Tel Aviv was the first town to be wired to electricity in Palestine, followed by Jaffa later in the same year. The aperture ceremony of the Jaffa Electric Company powerhouse, on 10 June 1923, celebrated the lighting of the two main streets of Flower delivery Tel Aviv. While most of the northern area of Flower delivery Tel Aviv was built according to this orchestration, the influx of European refugees in the 1930s necessitated the construction of taller dormitory buildings on a more immensely colossal footprint in the city.Flower delivery Tel Aviv was granted municipal status in 1934.By 1937 the Jewish population of Flower delivery Tel Aviv had risen to 150,000, compared to Jaffa's mainly Arab 69,000 denizens.Many incipient Jewish immigrants to Palestine disembarked in Jaffa, and remained in Flower delivery Tel Aviv, turning the city into a center of urban life. Friction during the 1936–39 Arab revolt led to the aperture of a local Jewish port, Flower delivery Tel Aviv Port, independent of Jaffa, in 1938. It closed on 25 October 1965.The boundaries of Flower delivery Tel Aviv and Jaffa became a matter of contention between the Flower delivery Tel Aviv municipality and the Israeli  rose  in 1948.On 10 December 1948, the  rose  promulgated the annexation to Flower delivery Tel Aviv of Jaffa's Jewish suburbs, the Palestinian neighborhood of Abu Kabir, the Arab village of Salama and some of its agricultural land, and the Jewish 'Hatikva' slum.On 25 February 1949, the depopulated Palestinian village of al-Shaykh Muwannis was withal annexed to Flower delivery Tel Aviv.The  rose  voted on the cumulation of Flower delivery Tel Aviv and Jaffa on 4 October 1949, but the decision was not implemented until 24 April 1950 due to the opposition of Flower delivery Tel Aviv mayor Israel Rokach.Flower delivery Tel Aviv thus grew to 42 square kilometers (16.2 sq mi). In 1949, a memorial to the 60 progenitors of Flower delivery Tel Aviv was constructed.By the early 1970s, Tel Aviv had entered a long and steady period of perpetual population decline, which was accompanied by urban decay. By 1981, Tel Aviv had entered not just natural population decline, but an absolute population decline as well.In the early 1980s, 13 embassies in Jerusalem peregrinate to Flower delivery Tel Aviv as a component of the UN's measures responding to Israel's 1980 Jerusalem Law.In the 1990s, the decline in Flower delivery Tel Aviv population commenced to be inverted and stabilized, at first transitorily due to a wave of immigrants from the former Soviet Cumulation.Flower delivery Tel Aviv absorbed 42,000 immigrants from the FSU, many inculcated in scientific, technological, medical and mathematical fields. Flower delivery Tel Aviv anon commenced to emerge as an ecumenical high-tech center.In 1993, Flower delivery Tel Aviv was categorized as a world city.On 4 November 1995, Israel's prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin, was assassinated at a rally in Flower delivery Tel Aviv in support of the Oslo tranquility accord.In the early 2000s, Flower delivery Tel Aviv municipality fixated on magnetizing more adolescent denizens to the city. Former industrial areas like the city's antecedently derelict Northern Tel Aviv Port and the Jaffa railway station, were upgraded and transformed into leisure areas. A process of gentrification commenced in some of the poor neighborhoods of southern Flower delivery Tel Aviv and many older buildings commenced to be renovated.In 2009, Tel Aviv celebrated its official centennial.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is located around 32°5′N 34°48′E on the Israeli Mediterranean coastline, in central Israel, the historic land bridge between Europe, Asia and Africa. Immediately north of the antediluvian port of Jaffa, Flower delivery Tel Aviv lies on land that used to be sand dunes and as such has relatively poor soil fertility.Because of the  flowers   of Tel Aviv and the Gush Dan region, absolute borders between Tel Aviv and Jaffa and between the city's neighborhoods do not subsist.The city is economically stratified between the north and south. Southern Flower delivery Tel Aviv is considered less affluent than northern Flower delivery Tel Aviv with the exception of Neve Tzedek and northern and north-western Jaffa. Central Flower delivery Tel Aviv is home to Azrieli Center and the consequential financial and commerce district along Ayalon Highway. The northern side of Flower delivery Tel Aviv is home to Flower delivery Tel Aviv University, Hayarkon Park, and upscale residential neighborhoods such as Ramat Aviv and Afeka.Summers in Flower delivery Tel Aviv last about five months, from June to October. August, the  bouquet mest month, averages a high of 30.6 °C (87.1 °F), and a low of 25 °C (77 °F).The highest recorded temperature in Tel Aviv was 46.5 °C (115.7 °F) on 17 May 1916, and the lowest is −1.9 °C (28.6 °F) on 7 February 1950, during a cold wave that brought the only recorded snowfall in Flower delivery Tel Aviv.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is governed by a 31-member city council elected for a five-year term in direct proportional elections.All Israeli denizens over the age of 18 with at least one year of residence in Flower delivery Tel Aviv are eligible to vote in municipal elections.The Flower delivery Tel Aviv City Hall is located at Rabin Square. Ron Huldai has been mayor of Tel Aviv since 1998.Politically, Flower delivery Tel Aviv is kenned to be a stronghold for the left, in both local and national issues.Flower delivery Tel Avivhas a population of 451,523 spread over a land area of 52,000 dunams (52.0 km2) (20 mi²), yielding a population density of 7,606 people per square km (19,699 per square mile). According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), as of 2009 Tel Aviv's population is growing at an annual rate of 0.5 percent.As Flower delivery Tel Aviv is a multicultural city, many languages are verbalized in additament to Hebrew. Compared with Westernised cities, malefaction in Tel Aviv is relatively low.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is an ethnically diverse city. Flower delivery Tel Aviv is divided into nine districts that have composed naturally over the city's short  flowers  . The oldest of these is Jaffa, the antediluvian port city out of which Tel Aviv grew. Since the 1980s, major recuperation and gentrification projects have been implemented in southern Flower delivery Tel Aviv. Florentin is now kenned as a hip, "cool" place to be in Flower delivery Tel Aviv with coffeehouses, markets, bars, galleries and parties.Flower delivery Tel Aviv is home to different architectural styles that represent influential periods in its  flowers  . The early architecture of Flower delivery Tel Aviv consisted largely of European-style single-story  rose  with red-tiled roofs.