Ramat -Gan, located in west central Israel, east of Tel Aviv, is an important industrial center with a population of almost 150,000 people. Apart from being well-known for its diamond exchange, the city also is home to Israel’s largest sports stadium, Ramat-Gan Stadium. Additionally, one can find Israel’s tallest building, the Moshe Aviv Tower, in Ramat-Gan, as well as the second-largest university in Israel, Bar-Ilan University. Ramat-Gan’s many museums, parks, and synagogues contribute to its fascinating culture.
Ramat-Gan originated as an agricultural community next to Tel Aviv. The pioneers that purchased the territory in 1914 called it “Ir Ganim” (“Garden City”), with the goal of founding a community of private farms. The first residents arrived in 1921, following World War 1 and the British Mandate governance. Ramat-Gan was declared a city on January 21, 1950.
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