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Itzhak Rabin Monument, Tel Aviv
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Itzhak Rabin Monument lies as a solemn reminder of the assassination of Israel's fifth prime minister, a major advocate of Israeli-Palestinian peace. One year after Rabin's murder on November 5, 1995, Israeli artist Yael Ben-Artzi constructed this understated stone monument for the late leader. Its 16 basalt rocks lie sunken into the ground: taken from Rabin's native Golan Heights, they signifying his connection with the land. Their displacement, which echoes that of an earthquake, represents the political and social upheaval his assassination caused the country. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Itzhak Rabin Monument by using our Tel Aviv vacation planner.
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Dieses Monument erinnert auf sehr würdige Art und Weise an einen der größten Politiker Israels, genau an der Stelle seiner Ermordung vor über 20 Jahren. Keine übertriebene Monumentalität, sondern ein ... read more »This monument commemorates very worthy manner one of Israel's greatest politicians, exactly at the point his assassination 20 years ago. No exaggerated Monumentality, but an almost intimate work of art with an impressive bust of Rabin. Very moving!show original
Assassination of PM, EX Glorified General and at time peace warrior by religious Jewish young man who was pushed verbally by many others including present state and community leaders
המקום סימבולי ההנצחה פשוטה ברחוב, סתמית. לא מרגשת לא מעוררת לחשיבה. מי שלא יודע שזה המקום בו נורה יצחק רבין לא יבין בכלל מה הוא רואה.
It's a monument for prime minister YItzhak Rabin, who was murdered at this site 20 years ago (1995). It's not the Lincoln monument, but it's a dignified monument in its own right.
A monument to democracy, and that should be more emphasized. It's not only a person's life, it's a way of political conduct that uses violence and terror.
I hope this memorial will stay intact in the next 10 years..
A monument for one of our darkest moments
A monument for a tragic event, where the prime-minister of the state of Israel was that by another Jew who opposed to his opinions and acts.
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