Founded in 1909 by Jewish immigrants, Israel's hip coastal city is known for its arts and music scene as well as its gay and lesbian community. It is also famous for its blocky 1930s Bauhaus architecture and has the world's largest concentration of these functional buildings. In addition, it has a fine beach and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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