Jabotinsky Institute

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The Jabotinsky Institute in Israel is an important cultural and historical center dedicated to the life and legacy of Ze’ev Jabotinsky, one of the most influential figures in Jewish history. Ze’ev Jabotinsky was a Zionist leader, writer, and thinker who played a significant role in establishing the State of Israel.

Jabotinsky Institute

He founded the Revisionist Zionist movement, which advocated a more militant approach to establishing a Jewish state. He was the leader of the Etzel clandestine organzation. The Jabotinsky Institute was established in his memory in 1944, following his death in New York.

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The Institute is located in Tel Aviv and houses a vast collection of documents, photographs, books, and artifacts related to Jabotinsky and the Revisionist movement. It is also home to a research library and archives open to scholars and researchers. Visitors to the Jabotinsky Institute can learn about the life and works of Jabotinsky through various exhibits and displays. One of the museum’s highlights is a recreation of Jabotinsky’s study, which includes his personal belongings, furniture, and books.

This exhibit provides visitors with a glimpse into Jabotinsky’s life and work and offers a sense of the intellectual and political environment in which he operated. Another fascinating exhibit in the Institute is the display of Jabotinsky’s personal effects, including his military uniform, letters, and photographs. This exhibit offers a unique opportunity to see the personal side of Jabotinsky and to gain insight into his motivations and beliefs.

The Jabotinsky Institute also offers a range of educational programs and activities, including lectures, workshops, and seminars. These programs promote a deeper understanding of Jabotinsky’s ideas and legacy and engage with contemporary Jewish history and cultural issues.

In conclusion, the Jabotinsky Institute is an important institution for anyone interested in the history and culture of Israel. It offers a unique opportunity to learn about the life and legacy of one of the most influential figures in Jewish history and to engage with the ideas and ideals that continue to shape Israeli society today.

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Opening Hours:

visiting Hours: Sunday-Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m

Address: 38. King George Street, Tel-Aviv
Mailing Address: P.O.B. 23110, Tel-Aviv, 61230
Telephone: 972-3-5287320, 972-3-6210611
Fax: 972-3-5285587
E-Mail: [email protected]

Buses No.: 5, 18, 24, 25, 38, 47, 48, 82, 125, 129, 139, 239

Here is a link to the museum website!


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