Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade 2019 | Israel, Dates , Venues & Tickets
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Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade 2019

Where:   Tel Aviv - Yafo, Israel
When:    Annually in June - (2019 TBA)
Details are subject to change by the organizers, for final event location & dates, check "Event related information" section below.
Tel Aviv Gay Pride Festival and Parade is organized by Tel-Aviv-Yafo municipality. It is held, every year, in the first half of June.
 
Lot of art, culture and recreational activities events take place during the festival’s days, among them: music shows, movies, etc…
 
The festival reaches its climax in a colorful pride parade. The pride parade in Tel-Aviv started on 1998 and since more and more celebrators join it.
 
The festival's program, lineup information is present in the proud village of Tel Aviv - Yafo municipality website.
 
 
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Attractive prices suited for all budgets. Many hotels suggest FREE CANCELLATION option or 
NO PREPAYMENT NEEDED – PAY AT THE PROPERTY. Get Immediate confirmation by email.
Tel Aviv Gay Pride Festival And Parade
IMPORTANT:
Please note that the details of the event are subject to change. We strongly recommended that you check with the organizers before making any travel arrangements.
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Event related information
Admission fee:
 Free
Contact: 
Tel Aviv - Yafo Municipality Gay Center
22 A' Teshrnichovsky St.
Phone: +972 3 5252896
Fax: +972 3 6290940

Tel Aviv-Yafo travel information
Dialing code: 3
Longitude: 34.76472°
Latitude: 32.06778°
Israel information address: Ministry of Tourism
5 Bank Israel St. Jerusalem
Tourist website: www.tourism.gov.il

Israel country details
Location: Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Egypt Jordean Syria and Lebanon.
Capital: Jerusalem
Currency: NIS
Voltage and Frequency: 220v 50Hz
Dialing country code: +972
Language: Hebrew (official), Arabic used officially for Arab minority, English most commonly used foreign language.

Israel background and overview:
Following World War II, Britain withdrew from its mandate of Palestine, and the UN proposed partitioning the area into Arab and Jewish states, an arrangement rejected by the Arabs. Nonetheless, an Israeli state was declared in 1948 and Israel subsequently defeated the Arab armies in a series of wars that did not end deep tensions between the two sides. (The territories Israel has occupied since the 1967 war are not included in the Israel country profile, unless otherwise noted.) On 25 April 1982, Israel withdrew from the Sinai Peninsula pursuant to the 1979 Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. In keeping with the framework established at the Madrid Conference in October 1991, Israel conducted bilateral negotiations with Palestinian representatives and Syria to achieve a permanent settlement with each. Israel and Palestinian officials on 13 September 1993 signed a Declaration of Principles (also known as the "Oslo Accords"), enshrining the idea of a two-state solution to their conflict and guiding an interim period of Palestinian self-rule. The parties achieved six additional significant interim agreements between 1994 and 1999 aimed at creating the conditions for a two-state solution, but most were never fully realized. Outstanding territorial and other disputes with Jordan were resolved in the 26 October 1994 Israel-Jordan Peace Treaty. Progress toward a final status agreement with the Palestinians was undermined by Israeli-Palestinian violence between 2001 and February 2005. Israel in 2005 unilaterally disengaged from the Gaza Strip, evacuating settlers and its military while retaining control over most points of entry into the Gaza Strip. The election of HAMAS to head the Palestinian Legislative Council in 2006 temporarily froze relations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA). Israel engaged in a 34-day conflict with Hizballah in Lebanon from July-August 2006 and a 23-day conflict with HAMAS in the Gaza Strip from December 2008-January 2009. In November 2012, Israel engaged in a seven-day conflict with HAMAS in the Gaza Strip. Direct talks with the Palestinians most recently launched in July 2013 but were suspended in April 2014. The talks represented the fourth concerted effort to resolve final status issues between the sides since they were first discussed at Camp David in 2000. Three months later HAMAS and other militant groups launched rockets into Israel, which led to a 51-day conflict between Israel and militants in Gaza.

[Courtesy of The World Factbook]
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