Herzliya(redirected from Herzlia, Israel)
Herzlia(hĕrtslē`ə), town (1994 pop. 83,800), central Israel, near the Mediterranean Sea. It is a resort with fine beaches, as well as an important electronics center. It was founded in 1924 and named for Theodor HerzlHerzl, Theodor
, 1860–1904, Hungarian Jew, founder of modern Zionism. Sent to Paris as a correspondent for the Vienna Neue Frei Presse, he reported on the Dreyfus affair.
..... Click the link for more information. , the founder of modern Zionism. Israel's largest film company is based there.