Powerful. This is the main burial ground for all of Israel's fallen soldiers since before the Battle of independence in 1948. A must see for history boffins, Israeli's and anyone with zionist persuasions. very beautifully looked after Graves are arranged by war, so you get a true feel of the history TO LOOK OUT FOR: some days will be very... 更多
I have never been at a cemetery like this before. It speaks of leaders and pioneers and those who gave their lives for a start up and revived nation. Here is a place of quiet but where those buried speak through the generations. It is not morbid at all but a place to consider in respect.
Interesting cemetery. On a hilltop. Honoring the war dead. Part of the museum experience. If you go to the museum, this should be part of the experience.
It is not just a cemetery or just a memorial. This place is deep in the every-day live of Israelies, who are always deeply involved in the wars, terror attacks and politics.
This is a place where the soldiers of Israel are buried. Them being buried for giving their life for the survival of their beloved country. If you have the chance to go with someone who has a story to share about one of the deceased, it would make the experience much more real and authentic.
What can you say? It's an excruciatingly heartbreaking place. I went on Yom HaZikaron with my daughter who is in the IDF. It's beautiful to be there, but as sad as anything in the world. We visited a few graves of Lone Soldiers like my daughter. Also there is the PM's brother, Yoni Netanyahu, a national hero who commanded the... 更多
Ride the tram in Jerusalem to the very end to get to this site. It is within walking distance and very close to the Holocaust Museum. Jerusalem Forest walk is nearby as well. Not far from here is the city of John the Baptist- quaint town.
For anyone who fought in Israel's wars this is a must. The final resting place of people that sacrificed their lives so Israel can continue to grow and prosper.