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Sign: Givatayim - intersection of Weizmann and Rachel Streets - sign in new format

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Weizman St 74, Giv’atayim, Israel
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On the sign:
רח’ חיים ויצמן
(1874-1952)
מדען ומנהיג התנועה הציונית,
כיהן כנשיא הראשון של מדינת ישראל
בין השנים 1949-1952
CHAIM WEIZMANN ST

רח’ רחל
(1890-1931)
מהמשוררות הבולטות בשירה העברית המחודשת,
נפטרה ממחלת השחפת ונטמנה בכנרת.
RACHEL ST
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Translation of the text on the sign:
Chaim Weizmann Street
(1874-1952)
Scientist and leader of the Zionist movement,
Served as the first President of the State of Israel
Between 1949 and 1952
CHAIM WEIZMANN ST

Rachel Street
(1890-1931)
One of the prominent poets in the renewed Hebrew poetry,
She died of tuberculosis and was buried at Kinneret.
RACHEL ST



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