London Square (Hebrew: כיכר לונדון, Kikar London) is a public space in the center of Tel Aviv, named after London, England as an act of honour for the British people and especially the Londoners who stood in the sustained bombing of the United Kingdom by Nazi Germany during World War II—The Blitz.
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