This sign may be temporary and was placed only for the sake of Women’s Week events in Tel Aviv.
In the next picture taken that day, the sign appears in full Click for a larger image
The QR code that appears on the sign leads to a general advertisement site that has nothing to do with the venture.
Please note that the signs in Jaffa also have the sign translated into Arabic, in contrast to the other signs.
The sign is on a street named after her.
The attached street sign states in brief her life history:
Bat-Sheva de Rothschild Street
Winner of the Israel Prize for Dance Art.
She left her mark on cultural life in Tel Aviv-Yafo.
BAT-SHEVA DE ROTHSCHILD st Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Branding symbol of the city of Tel Aviv - a city without a break In our streets
The stories of the women behind the names of the streets in the city
Symbol "In full exclusion 2022" - Women’s Week in Tel Aviv - Jaffa Bethsabée de Rothschild
England 1914 - Israel 1999
[Painting of Bethsabée de Rothschild - Efrat Hasson de Botton]
Philanthropist, one of the greatest dance supporters in Israel, winner of the Israel Prize for her special contribution to society and the state
Her aristocratic title, Baroness, implies her family: she is a member of the Rothschild family, a dynasty of Jewish bankers who were the richest family in Europe in the 19th century
During World War II she enlisted in the French army and took part in the liberation of Paris from the German army.
After the war she began to study dance and has not stopped since. In 1962 she immigrated to Israel and formed the Batsheva and Bat Dor dance troupes and a dance school.
Our streets have a special charm.
They reflect history and a culture of values and heritage.
As part of the week "in full exclusion" we will ascend to the miracle of inspiring women who have gained recognition and appreciation by naming a street after their name.
Today, not many streets in the city are named after women, and the municipality is working to rectify the situation
To scan the booklet "In Our Streets" 2022