The Diamond Exchange District (Hebrew: מתחם הבורסה, Mitham HaBursa, lit. "The Exchange District") is a diamond district and commercial area in the Israeli city of Ramat Gan. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the freeway dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is the hub of Israel's diamond industry as well as a major commercial center. As of 2019, the district contains 1.1 million square meters of commercial and living space, and is responsible for 60% of Ramat Gan's municipal revenue.

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  • The Diamond Exchange District (Hebrew: מתחם הבורסה, Mitham HaBursa, lit. "The Exchange District") is a diamond district and commercial area in the Israeli city of Ramat Gan. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the freeway dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is the hub of Israel's diamond industry as well as a major commercial center. As of 2019, the district contains 1.1 million square meters of commercial and living space, and is responsible for 60% of Ramat Gan's municipal revenue. The Israel Diamond Exchange, the centerpiece of the district, contains four buildings connected by bridges; the Maccabi Tower, Shimshon Tower, Noam Tower, and Diamond Tower. Diamond Tower contains the world's largest diamond trading floor and is the head-building of the exchange. Also in the district are a number of other buildings of importance. Moshe Aviv Tower is Israel's second tallest building at 235 meters. Sheraton City Tower is a hotel in the district, whilst other notable buildings are the Ayalon Tower and Gibor Sport House. Tel Aviv's Central railway station is connected to the district by a pedestrian bridge. The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum displays models of world-famous diamonds, including the Kōh-i Nūr Diamond currently set in the crown of the Queen of England, the diamond given to Elizabeth Taylor by Richard Burton on her 40th birthday, and items such as an hourglass with "sand" made of diamonds, a diamond-set tennis ball and Biblically inspired brooches incorporating diamonds. (en)
  • The Diamond Exchange District (Hebrew: מתחם הבורסה, Mitham HaBursa, lit. "The Exchange District") is a diamond district and commercial area in the Tel Aviv District city of Ramat Gan, Israel. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the freeway dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is the hub of Israel's diamond industry as well as a major commercial center. As of 2019, the district contains 1.1 million square meters of commercial and living space, and is responsible for 60% of Ramat Gan's municipal revenue. The Israel Diamond Exchange, the centerpiece of the district, contains four buildings connected by bridges; the Maccabi Tower, Shimshon Tower, Noam Tower, and Diamond Tower. Diamond Tower contains the world's largest diamond trading floor and is the head-building of the exchange. Also in the district are a number of other buildings of importance. Moshe Aviv Tower is Israel's second tallest building at 235 meters. Sheraton City Tower is a hotel in the district, whilst other notable buildings are the Ayalon Tower and Gibor Sport House. Tel Aviv's Central railway station is connected to the district by a pedestrian bridge. The Harry Oppenheimer Diamond Museum displays models of world-famous diamonds, including the Kōh-i Nūr Diamond currently set in the crown of the Queen of England, the diamond given to Elizabeth Taylor by Richard Burton on her 40th birthday, and items such as an hourglass with "sand" made of diamonds, a diamond-set tennis ball and Biblically inspired brooches incorporating diamonds. (en)
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  • The Diamond Exchange District (Hebrew: מתחם הבורסה, Mitham HaBursa, lit. "The Exchange District") is a diamond district and commercial area in the Israeli city of Ramat Gan. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the freeway dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is the hub of Israel's diamond industry as well as a major commercial center. As of 2019, the district contains 1.1 million square meters of commercial and living space, and is responsible for 60% of Ramat Gan's municipal revenue. (en)
  • The Diamond Exchange District (Hebrew: מתחם הבורסה, Mitham HaBursa, lit. "The Exchange District") is a diamond district and commercial area in the Tel Aviv District city of Ramat Gan, Israel. Bordering the Ayalon Highway, the freeway dividing Ramat Gan and Tel Aviv, the district is the hub of Israel's diamond industry as well as a major commercial center. As of 2019, the district contains 1.1 million square meters of commercial and living space, and is responsible for 60% of Ramat Gan's municipal revenue. (en)
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