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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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  • Rabin Square aja as Kikar Rabin (Kikar meaning square in Hebrew) is a large open-area square in the center of Tel Aviv. The Square was so named in 1995 after the assassination of Prime MInister Itzhak...  more »
  • Here there is nothing to do, only a monument more within them that are in many cities, something private
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  • .... I visited the monument. Like every year I'm touched emotionally. This time it was special because of the chanukka lightning. It was my first time at Kikar Rabin to enjoy this touching moments. An...  more »
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  • Israeli monument, must visit in my opinion. Paying respect to the PM who was assassinated on November 4th 1995. May he Rest In Peace.
  • a good monument for a great leader, tourist group should come there and hear Rabbin's story
  • Not too loud, a nice place in to sit and have a conversation
  • 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.