Poll: 'Exotic' Tel Aviv is best gay city of 2011

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January 11, 2012 09:52

 
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Tel Aviv was voted the best gay city of 2011, according to an online poll on LGBT website gaycities.com.

"The gay capitol of the Middle East is exotic and welcoming with a Mediterranean c'est la vie attitude," the website said.

Tel Aviv garnered 43 percent of the vote, far ahead of the next competitor, New York City, which raked in 14%.

Other cities on the list included Toronto, Sao Paulo, Madrid, London, New Orleans, and Mexico City.

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