I will never forget that evening when it happened. A modest monument to a great man. I would definitely recommend a visit.
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The late Prime Minister of the country laid down his life in efforts for better peace . It is a monument in his memory and worth the visit . Coming here brings moments of gratitude and prayers . The poignant moments are revisited . A...More
In my humble opinion, this is a very modest memorial for someone who at least tried to move the peace process along unlike his successors. There's really nothing here to really tell the magnitude of the Oslo Peace accords. I suspect some background would've helped.
A very solemn moment here while walking in the city, it is a place and a feeling that stays with you always.
We were fortunate enough to visit Rabin Square on November 4 - on the 22nd anniversary of his murder. There was a crowd of about 100,000 people and many speakers from all sides of the political and religious spectrum. Worth a visit even without the...More
I found this very moving and remembered this sad event happening, seeing this monument made it all very real, such a sad event , such a well done memorial to a good man.
On Nov 4th, 1995, exactly 22 years ago our Prime minister was shot after participating in a peace demonstration. Everyone should visit this memorial place where the shooting took place to make sure this never happens again
We visited the Rabin Monument with a guide that explained the life and circumstances of the death of Itzhak Rabin. It's worth the visit
We went to the Rabin Center and afterwards drove into the city and passed by the spot where PM Rabin was assassinated There is no parking. It's worthwhile just to see to get the full perspective of what happened. Had he not returned to thank...More