Rabin Square at the Center of Tel Aviv

[toggle title=”What is Rabin Square?”]Rabin Square was called Atarim Square before the famous prime minister Yizhak Rabin assassination on November 5th 1995, this square symbolizes Israel in Tel Aviv, in this square Israel had one of its darkest days, but, still we remember and keep Yizhak Rabin in our hearts and move on stronger.

The square is used for many happy celebrations of the city along with the Rabin remembrance day on the 5th of November.
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Normal day at the Rabin Square..

Rabin Square is a great place to visit during the weekdays, the best thing I could recommend is to get some bird food and a bottle of Gold-star beer and chill out in the square for an hour, drinking your beer and feeding the many pigeons that in the square..

Another great thing to do if your already chilling out in the square isĀ  getting yourself some shawarma from dabush which is located on Even Gvirol street on the corner of frishman street, cheep street food, tasty as hell!


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