Pavilion 2 opens at Tel Aviv Convention Center

The new £59m Pavilion 2 has been unveiled at the Tel Aviv Convention Center in Israel.

Tel Aviv, Israel
Tel Aviv, Israel
The building, which is said to be the largest, most advanced pavilion in the Middle East, has the capacity to accommodate events for 9,000 or presentations with seating for 10,000.

Construction on the project began in 2010 as part of the expansion of the Tel Aviv Convention Center, which itself spans 3,000sqm with an additional 20,000sqm of restaurants, cafes, green spaces and a 400-bedroom hotel.

The pavilion incorporates a variety of dining areas, meeting rooms and fully equipped conference halls and is capable of hosting large exhibitions, events, conferences and trade fairs.

Hila Oren, founder and CEO of Tel Aviv Global said: "The opening of the new Fair Trade and Convention Center provides Tel Aviv and its visitors with a world class, large-scale venue in which to host international conferences and surrounding events on an ongoing basis. The project will accommodate the needs of Tel Aviv's business and leisure tourism all under one roof, serving Tel Aviv as it emerges as a Global City."

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