Tel Aviv Convention Center

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Pavilion 1
Tel Aviv Pavilion (demolished in 2010)

The Tel Aviv Convention Center (Hebrew: מרכז הירידים - תל אביב; Merkaz HaYeridim Tel Aviv) (formerly: מרכז הירידים והקונגרסים בישראל - Israel Trade Fairs and Convention Center; Merkaz HaYeridim VehaKongresim BeIsrael) is a fairground and convention center in north Tel Aviv. It was first opened in 1932 as Levant Fair at Tel Aviv Port.

It is also called Ganei HaTa'arukha, meaning: The Fair Gardens.

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Coordinates: 32°06′19″N 34°48′31″E / 32.10528°N 34.80861°E / 32.10528; 34.80861