Trumpeldor Cemetery

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Trumpeldor Cemetery in Tel Aviv

Trumpeldor Cemetery (Hebrew: בית הקברות טרומפלדור‎, also called the Tel Aviv old cemetery) is a cemetery in Tel Aviv, Israel. It is in Trumpeldor Street, in the middle of the city. Many cultural and historical people are buried there, including Moshe Sharett, the second Prime Minister of Israel, and Max Nordau. The cemetery was founded in 1902. It was the first cemetery in Tel Aviv.

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Coordinates: 32°4′32.27″N 34°46′12.12″E / 32.0756306°N 34.7700333°E / 32.0756306; 34.7700333