- (Har Herzl)A hill on the western outskirts of Jerusalem on which is located the grave of Theodor Herzl, whose remains were transferred there from Vienna in 1949. Other prominent Zionist and Israeli figures, including the assassinated Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, are also buried there.
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