Mount Herzl. The State of Israel’s national cemetery was named after the state visionary, whose remains were moved to Mt. Herzl in 1949. Also buried here are all the state presidents, prime ministers and chairs of the Knesset, with exceptions such as Ben-Gurion, Begin, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi and Chaim Weizmann. In a separate part of Mt. Herzl is Jerusalem’s military cemetery, with many monuments nearby.