This is the spot where sadly , Israel's prime minister -Yitzack Rabin was shot. Its a sad place that reminds us how far hatred and violence can go.
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Rabin Square (located in the center of Tel Aviv) has been a location for parades and political rallies over the years. Yitzhak Rabin was assassinated on this site on November 4, 1995 just outside of the city hall building. This tragic event threw the whole...More
It is a monument and a place to contemplate amongst the hustle and bustle of the city centre. It isn't a whole experience, neither is it a place to totally immerse yourself and understand the horrific tragedy of rabins assassination. Nevertheless it is important to...More
This is the place where Rabin was assassinated and unfortunately, there is nothing really interesting to see there. It's a busy place in the middle of the city, so a visitor cannot have a quiet atmosphere for remembrance, and there is no possibility to read...More
a short visit in the area can help to understand what happened there on that certain evening. This place became a milestone in the history of the state.
Our guide was so informative of the events that led up to this tragedy. Sad that our leaders often pay the price of fanatics. It was good to see the place where this all happened.
Having not visited this monument for a couple of years, I happened to walk past it and could not resist the need to go back and pay my respects for a minute. While the monument is just "part of the view" nowadays, people still stop...More