Tel Aviv, the first Jewish city in Israel was founded in Palestine in 1909 by residents of the Jewish quarter of Jaffa, and incorporated in 1950, after the Israeli War of Independence. Tel Aviv means “hill of Spring” as per the novel title by Theodor Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism.
Tel Aviv, Israel
- Timeline of Tel Aviv – Wikipedia
In 1909 a number of Jewish residents decided to move to a healthier environment, outside the crowded and noisy city of Jaffa. They established a company …
- Tel Aviv-Yafo – History | Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality
Founding in Tel Aviv. In 1909, a group of Jewish residents of Jaffa decided to found a ‘garden suburb’. This small suburb grew to completely overshadow Jaffa in …
- Tel Aviv Is Founded | CIE
Mar 12, 2020 – April 11, 1909. Sixty-six families gathered on the sand dunes outside of Jaffa and selected lots for property in a new neighborhood called …
- 1909 … Tel Aviv Founded – History Central
Tel Aviv was founded on April 11, 1909. … shell, assigning each family a plot, and thus Tel Aviv’s founding families began building the first modern, Hebrew city.
- The Founding of Tel Aviv – Jewish Virtual Library
1909 – Tel Aviv founded near Jaffa. 1917 – April: Tel Aviv and Jaffa deportation. 1921 – Meir Dizengoff becomes mayor. 1925 – David Bloch- …