• If you walk on Ramla’s market (Jabotinsky Street) in a southern direction and then turn left onto Emile Zola Street, you will discover, immediately after the bend, on the building with the shops on the right, and at a height of about a meter and a half above the ground, a red mail box from the British Mandatory period which in the past stood at the center of the British market. 

     On the mail box, you will be able to see the Letters “G” and “R”: Georgius Rex – standing for the King of England at the time, the grandfather of today’s queen of England. It was King George V, the father of the stuttering prince who later became King George VI and is the protagonist of the Oscar-winning movie, “The King’s Speech”. 

    תיבת הדואר הבריטית במרכז שוק רמלה


    תיבת הדואר הבריטית במרכז שוק רמלה