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In addition to being the largest metropolis, Tel Aviv represents the economic centre of Israel. Located on the coast of Mediterranean Sea, the city was built in 1909 by a section of the population in the closed city of Giaffa that today is the historical centre of Tel Aviv.
During the years, thanks to a rapid demographic and economic expansion, Tel Aviv has collected many cultural and artistic peculiarities that it's possible to see in the numerous museums such as The Museum of Art, The Museum of Ethnology, The Museum of Ceramics and The Museum of Archaeology. The Hebrew culture and traditions that contribute to enhancing the beauty of this city are also very evident throughout the area.
The economy of Tel Aviv is based on industries textiles, mechanical and mining of the rich sub-soils but the numerous financial institutes have reached great international importance.