Time Out says
An open space honoring Yitzhak Rabin that hosts political rallies, parades, and public events.
Rabin square is more than just a large public city space in the heart of Tel Aviv. Renamed in 1995 to honor Yitzhak Rabin following his tragic assassination, the iconic space houses numerous political rallies, parades, and holiday events (like the all-night dance-a-thon that is Simchat Torah). Every year, on the weekend of Nov 4th (Rabin’s assassination), thousands of people assemble in the square for a huge commemoration. When not occupied by an event, the open space with its peaceful fountain and unique sculpture is a perfect place to sit down and read a book in front of the Tel Aviv municipality building.