"How goodly are your tents, O Jacob, your dwelling places, O Israel!"
Ramat Gan is a city bordering the north with Tel Aviv. Its name can be translated as a "garden hills".
Ramat Gan was founded in 1921. In the beginning it was a moshav and was called Ir-Ganim ("city of gardens").
In 1950, Ramat Gan was given the status of a city.
In the 1950s, the stadium and the National Park appeared in the city.
In Ramat-Gan there is a zoo "Safari".
In 1968, the world's largest diamond exchange was opened here.
On the territory of Ramat-Gan are the Bar-Ilan University and Tel-ha-Shomer Hospital (Shiba).
The National Insurance Institute of Israel ("Bituah Leumi"):
Tel. *6050, 12226050
Israeli Employment Service ("Lishkat Taasuka"):
Derech Menahem Begin 125, Tel Aviv
The Ministry of Interior ("Misrad ha-Pnim"):
Israel Tax Authority:
Tel. 03-7530333, 03-7530335, Fax. 03-7530205
Israel Ministry of Construction and Housing:
Tel. 03-763277, 03-7632823
Sheba Medical Center ("Tel ha-Shomer")
Travel to Israel with a camera:
Ramat Gan. Rambam Square
Ramat Gan. Bialik street
Ramat Gan. Sderot HaYeled
Ramat Gan. Park in Sderot HaYeled
Ramat Gan. Herzl street
Ramat Gan. Gefen
for Shabbat and Holidays