“So Rachel died, and she was buried on the road to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem. And Jacob erected a monument on her grave; that is the tombstone of Rachel until this day.”
The holiness of her gravesite is expressed by its appearance alongside the Western Wall and other holy sites on various Judaica items.
In the photograph, we see a hexagonal table. At its center there is a Magen David and an illustration of Kever Rachel, Rachel’s Tomb. On one of the hexagon’s sides, we see an illustration of the Western Wall.