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Latrun – Yad La-shiryon

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Entrance and the local guide Read More

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Merkavah mark 3 sliced for display Read More

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Merkavah mark 4 Read More

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1948 vihecle of Moshe Dayan Read More

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1948 Tanks Read More

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Latrun Fort site Read More

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“Yad La-Shiryon” is Israel’s official museum for the fallen soldiers of the armored corps, as well as one of the most diverse tank museums in the world.

Established in 1982, the museum displays more the 100 different vihecles, some made by Israel, some seized in combat, and some purchased specifically for the musuem. 

The memorial and museum is where Israeli tanks were used for the first time in Israel’s history (Battle of Latrun).

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Points of Interest in the Area

emmaus monk Emmaus-Nicopolis
 Explaining about the False Hasmonean graves near Modi'in for a web news company (YNET), 2008. Modi’in
 gezer stone 5 Tel Gezer

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A 360 Degrees photo at “Yad Lashiryon”