Rabin Square in the centre of Tel Aviv was formerly King's Square, which was renamed Rabin Square in memory of the assassination of former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin. The huge triangular steel sculpture on the square is the Rabin Monument. A square black granite Memorial Cemetery was built where he was shot down, and a bronze statue of Rabin was erected beside it. Twenty years after Rabin's assassination, Israelis mourn him every year in this square. When the Israelis compared the assassination of Rabin with the assassination of President Lincoln, they became targets and victims of extremists'fervent revenge in sharp political disputes, and then became national heroes and incarnations of peace. Rabin once said: In this land of suffering, war and terror scarred us, but did not destroy our dream of peace. Today, Israel can say that Rabin's dream of peace has been realized, but the shadow of war still hangs over the Middle East, and the war situation in neighbouring Syria is still endangering world peace.
Rabin Square, in front of the office building of Tel Aviv City Hall. On November 4, 1995, former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin attended a peace conference here. He was assassinated and killed when he was about to leave the conference. Here are the location maps of the murderer, Rabin and his bodyguards who were assassinated at that time, and the inscription, under which Rabin was buried. Every November 4, crowds of Israelis come here to light candles and lay flowers in memory of the Israeli Prime Minister who died for peace in the Middle East.
The square is not big and there are not many tourists. Only a few local people are sitting idly. The front of the tower is the inverted triangular steel structure tower. Because it is a square in memory of Rabin, every November 4, groups of Israelis come to Rabin Square to light candles and lay flowers in memory of the Israeli Prime Minister who died for peace in the Middle East.
To find the complex of childhood in Rabin Square, there is an inverted triangle steel structure monument to the slaughter of Jews. In the center, an olive tree has been planted for many years to express people's desire for peace. Come and feel the impact of Israel's ancient and modern, traditional and open country on every one of us.
Rabin Square in Israel, formerly known as King's Square in Tel Aviv, was changed to Rabin Square in memory of former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin who was assassinated during the peace conference. The site of Rabin's assassination has now been built as a monument. Rabin was the first Israeli-born prime minister, the first to be assassinated and the second to die during his tenure. Rabin Nobel Peace Prize winner. Speech on the night of Rabin's assassination - "I have been a soldier for 27 years, so long as peace does not come, I will fight steadfastly. I believe there is an opportunity now, a great opportunity to strive for peace. In order to stand here, and for more people who are not here, we must seize this opportunity.
Not far from here, we come across the sea to look forward to a national hero and honor the winner of the International Nobel Peace Prize. We have also changed our previous misunderstanding of you. In this region with a long history and complex ethnic relations, we regard superhuman wisdom and courage as regional and world peace and stability... Worthy of admiration!
Tel Aviv is a city built by Israel along the Mediterranean Sea. Besides Israelis themselves, Tel Aviv is recognized as the capital of Israel all over the world. Tel Aviv is a fashionable city with beautiful cars and sunny beaches. Rabin Square is the center of the city. There are monuments and bronze statues of Rabin's assassination. The wall is clearly engraved with what happened here that day. The conflict of the times has paid the price of bloodshed and sacrifice. Pray for peace and beauty to last forever!
Traveling through Tel Aviv, the overall feeling is good or bad, there are many dilapidated houses, infrastructure construction everywhere, taxis are not regular and casual pricing, bus stations do not have English, Hebrew completely do not understand ah, 7 shekels a ticket for us is not cheap, maybe they use their own bus cards will be good. Traffic congestion can also occur, but it's not likely to jump in the queue at will. The public security is good, there is no danger. We have to check in and out of the big station. In some places, only people check in the open box, but there are not many good people. Otherwise, waiting in line will be unbearable. See many young soldiers with guns.
Rabin Square itself is not very exquisite, because here is where Prime Minister Rabin was assassinated. Prime Minister Rabin devoted all his life to the realization of peace between Palestine and Israel, but eventually fell into the hands of extreme Jews. When he was young, he read an article about Rabin. When he was hit by three dums, the scene seemed deep. Like the carving in my mind, let me come here as if to realize my childhood dream. The place where Rabin was shot was not in the square, but on the left when you went out on the first floor of the building.
Rabin Square, formerly King Tel Aviv Square, is located in front of the office building of Tel Aviv City Hall. On November 4, 1995, former Israeli Prime Minister Rabin was assassinated and killed here. The government decided to rename King's Square in Tel Aviv as Rabin Square.