Rabin Square

Orientation & Geography

Asia, Israel, Tel Aviv

Rabin Square (Hebrew: כיכר רבין, Kikar Rabin‎), previously Kings of Israel Square (Hebrew: כיכר מלכי ישראל, Kikar Malkhey Yisrael‎), is the largest open public city square in central Tel Aviv, Israel. It is known for holding many political rallies, parades, and other public events. In 1995 the square was re-named 'Rabin Square' in honor of Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin who was assassinated there earlier that year. The square is surrounded by the city hall building to the north (designed by the architect Menachem Cohen), Ibn Gabirol Street to the east, Frischmann Street to the south and Hen Boulevard to the west, it was designed alongside the City Hall in 1964 by the architects Yaski and Alexandroni.