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Hundreds of thousands celebrate Pride in Tel Aviv

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WDG is the Washington Blade’s media partner in Israel. WDG originally published this article on its website. More than 200,000 people took part in Tel Aviv-Jaffa Pride events that ended Saturday.

Around 150,000 people took part in the Pride parade that took place on Thursday on the Tel Aviv Promenade, and about 60,000 more attended the Pride party on Friday.

It is not clear if the weekend, defined by the organizers as “the biggest Pride weekend ever,” was indeed the biggest in terms of the number of participants, but it was undoubtedly the most continuous.

The marchers began to gather on Tel Aviv Promenade on Thursday afternoon. Unlike previous years, this time there were no events or gathering at the beginning of the parade with the exception of the information and sales booths scattered along the promenade.

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