Lamed (neighborhood)

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Lamed (Hebrew: לָמֶד‬, lit. 30), also Tokhnit Lamed (Hebrew: תָּכְנִית לָמֶד‬, lit. Plan 30), is a residential neighborhood of Tel Aviv, Israel. It is located in the northwestern part of the city.

Lamed's 2012 population was 5,370, and its area is 873 dunams (0.873 km2), of which about 254 dunams (0.254 km2) are built up. Most of its structures were built in the 1970s.[1]

A 2016 poll by Walla! ranked Lamed as Israel's most beloved urban neighborhood.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "נוה אביבים וסביבתה (א"ס 114)" [Plan 30 (Statistical Area 114)] (DOCX) (in Hebrew). Tel Aviv City Hall. Retrieved May 13, 2018. 
  2. ^ Darel, Ya'el (February 12, 2016). "אתם בחרתם: עשר שכונות המגורים האהובות בישראל" [You Picked: Israel's Favorite Residential Neighborhoods]. Walla! News (in Hebrew). Retrieved May 13, 2018. 

Coordinates: 32°6′28.69″N 34°47′24.5″E / 32.1079694°N 34.790139°E / 32.1079694; 34.790139