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Tel Aviv was ranked as an.
At that time it was second in importance in Palestine only to Jerusalem, and was followed by Haifa, Safed and Tiberias.
Once Tel Aviv received city status in the s, those neighborhoods joined the newly formed municipality, now becoming separated from Jaffa.
The early architecture of Tel Aviv consisted largely of European-style single-storey houses with red-tiled roofs.
Fashion Tel Aviv has become an international center of fashion and design.