Yad Eliyahu

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Yad Eliyahu (Hebrew: יד אליהו‎‎) is a neighborhood in southeast Tel Aviv, Israel.

Yad Eliyahu was established in 1929. It developed in accordance with plans drawn up by Jacob Ben Sira, the Tel Aviv municipal engineer.[1] The neighborhood, named for Haganah leader Eliyahu Golomb, became the site of housing projects for ex-servicemen after World War II.[2]

Nokia Arena, home to the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team is located in Yad Eliyahu.

Coordinates: 32°03′33″N 34°47′50″E / 32.0593°N 34.7971°E / 32.0593; 34.7971

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