Ibn Gabirol Street

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Ibn Gabirol Street
A monument at the site of the Yitzhak Rabin assassination, located on the street

Ibn Gabirol Street (Hebrew: רְחוֹב אִבְּן גַבִּירוֹל) (colloquially Ibn Gvirol or Even Gvirol) is a major street in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Ibn Gabirol Street is named after the medieval Hebrew poet and philosopher Solomon ibn Gabirol. It carries traffic north and south, and is a busy residential and shopping street.[1] It intersects Marmorek, Laskov, Carlebach and fellow medieval Spaniard Yehuda HaLevi streets on the south, and runs northbound along Rabin Square and Yarkon Park to Shmuel Yosef Agnon Street in the north.[1] The street is also home to Tel Aviv City Hall.

Ibn Gabirol Street is a commercial thoroughfare with special appeal to chocolate lovers. Two chocolatiers make fresh chocolates on the premises and three shops import Belgian chocolates which are flown into Israel every two weeks under carefully controlled conditions.[2]


  1. ^ a b Palti, Michal (15 November 2006). "Streets Ahead of the Mall". Haaretz. Archived from the original on 9 September 2020.
  2. ^ Vered, Ronit (6 April 2007). "Chocolate Shops on Ibn Gvirol". Haaretz. Archived from the original on 9 September 2020.

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Coordinates: 32°4′58.45″N 34°46′52.52″E / 32.0829028°N 34.7812556°E / 32.0829028; 34.7812556