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Signs series: Rishon Lezion - Nobel Laureates

About the series


The Nobel Laureates Promenade is located in Kiryat Nobel Laureates, a neighborhood dedicated to Jewish Nobel Laureates, all of whose streets are named after the laureates (as can be seen on the sign that was photographed in 2022 and is located at the intersection of Isaac Bashevis Singer and Saul Bellow streets - two winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature )
The promenade was established in 2004 and contains more than 200 poles, each of which is dedicated to a Jewish Nobel Prize winner
The boardwalk, which is actually a boulevard, stretches along a straight boulevard that borders the neighborhood.

Interestingly, converted Jews are also included in the category of Jewish Nobel Prize winners:

About the signs
The plaques are on low stone pillars, where at the top of each pillar there is a round plate with the name of the prize winner, his country of residence, the field of the prize and the year of winning the prize, in Hebrew and English.

At the base of the page is a rectangular plate with additional details, a summary of the prize winner’s life, and of the research or creation for which he won the prize.

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