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Tel Aviv District

Tel Aviv District
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 • Hebrew מָחוֹז תֵּל אָבִיב
Cities 10
Local Councils 2
Regional Councils 0
Capital Tel Aviv
Area
 • Total 186 km2 (72 sq mi)
Population (9.24.2014)
 • Total 1,339,238

The Tel Aviv District (Hebrew: מָחוֹז תֵּל אָבִיב) is the smallest and most densely populated of six administrative districts of Israel with a population of 1.2 million residents.[1] It is 99.0% Jewish and 1.0% Arab (0.7% Muslim, 0.3% Christian). It is also the only of the six districts to simultaneously not border the West Bank, Gaza Strip, or any international border, instead being surrounded on the north, east, and south by the Central District and on the west by the Mediterranean Sea. The population density of Tel Aviv district is 7,200/km2.

The district's capital is Tel Aviv and the metropolitan area created by the Tel Aviv district and its neighboring cities is locally named Gush Dan.

Contents

  • Administrative sub-regions 1
    • List of cities and towns in Tel Aviv district 1.1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Administrative sub-regions

Cities Local Councils
Map

List of cities and towns in Tel Aviv district

See also

References

  1. ^ PNIM israel english NEW 1.6.05 .indd

External links

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