Here lie the remains of the city's (and some of the country's) most important figures - cultural and well as historical.
A place with much history.
Within its walls, this old cemetery on Trumpeldor Street is a memento mori to much of Tel Aviv's history. Here you'll find the mortal remains and tombs of the city's founders; many of the fallen in Israel's wars; and various public figures who helped define what it means to be Israeli. After years without a country, many have fought to be buried here, and as a visitor if you get to witness a Jewish funeral rite in this cemetery, it's a priceless experience. A visit to this hallowed ground allows us to better comprehend Tel Aviv's religious, cultural, and intellectual diversity.
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