The sign was placed on the occasion of Women’s Week events in Tel Aviv in 2023.
In the next photo taken on the same day, the sign appears in full Click for a larger image
The sign is in front of the square named after her (and can also be seen in the photo above) Click for sign's details
There is a commemorative plaque Click for sign's details
in the house where Bracha Zefira lived 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 2023" - Women’s Week in Tel Aviv - Jaffa
[Drawing of the figure of Bracha Zefirav - Eliya-Yam] Bracha Zefira
Singer and musician, one of the pioneers of Hebrew singing
Born in the Yemeni village in Jerusalem, after being orphaned by her parents at a young age. Rolled through difficult foster families.
When she was 14 years old, she moved to the childrens village named after Meir Shfeya near Zichron Yaakov. Director Hadassah Perlman-Calvery-Rosenblit recognized her singing talent and pushed her to develop it.
She performed hundreds of hits, including "Between the Euphrates River and the Tigris River", "Drink the herds", "I have a garden", "Who will build a house" and did not stop even in the face of criticism in Israel that did not like the different sound.
To download informational, activity and coloring booklets "In our streets" 2023
QR code in our streets - 2023
Every street has a name, and every name has a story and achievements, which affect the lives of all of us. But how many of us really know the characters behind the street names?
Even today, too few women are commemorated on the streets of the city and the municipality is working to correct the injustice and place the women and their achievements at the forefront of the stage. Women who left their mark on society and the Israeli public in various fields.
A week ’in full exclusion’ brings up a miracle of inspiring women. who were recognized and honored by having a street named after them.