Raman Gan is rightfully considered one of the most successful cities in Israel. It is a city in the Tel Aviv District of Israel, surpassing many large Israeli cities in terms of education and life expectancy. One of the city’s main attractions is the world’s largest diamond exchange in Israel.
Ramat Gan was established in 1921 as a satellite town of Tel Aviv. Ramat Gan began its development as an agricultural village. Before receiving the status of the city and the name, Ramat Gan functioned as a moshav, a communal farming settlement.
Over the years, the economy shifted from agriculture to commerce and industry. By 1946, the population had grown to 12,000. In 1950, Ramat Gan was recognized as a city. So many immigrants from Iraq settled in Ramat Gan, so it became known as “Little Baghdad”.
Ramat Gan is a cozy town with green streets, large skyscrapers, numerous restaurants, mansions, and elite clubs.
Ramat Gan Stadium is the largest stadium in Israel. The stadium is mixed-use, fit for athletic competitions alongside, but its more regular usage as a football stadium when it hosts local and international football matches.
By 2020, Ramat Gan estimated population totaled 165 thousand people, making it the 11th largest city in Israel.