Ramat Aviv Gimel

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Ramat Aviv Gimel
Ramat Aviv Gimel. View towards South-West

Ramat Aviv Gimel is a residential neighborhood in northwest Tel Aviv, Israel. It is considered to be an affluent area with higher than average real estate prices. The neighborhood was planned and built in the 1970s.

Cultural references[edit]

  • Ramat Aviv Gimel was a soap opera on Israeli TV.
  • A luxury residential complex in Kiev, Ukraine is modelled after Ramat Aviv Gimel.[1]
  • On December 15, 2010, Michael Ben-Ari, then a Member of Knesset for the National Union, proposed to subsidize housing in Ramat Aviv Gimel for migrants from Sudan to show the wealthy left-leaning populace the reality of how the immigrants have affected the life of residents of the poorer areas of south Tel Aviv.[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 32°7′30.91″N 34°47′56.94″E / 32.1252528°N 34.7991500°E / 32.1252528; 34.7991500