Masaryk made an impact in many foreign countries. Streets, squares and avenues are named after him not only in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, but also in Mexico (Avenida Presidente Masaryk), Florida (Masaryktown), Haifa (Kfar masaryk kibbutz), Tel Aviv (Masaryk Square), Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Celje and Ljubljana, also, to name a few. In Ljubljana there is a street bearing his name, Masarykova cesta, situated between the main railway station and the town centre. The street previously called Blatna vas (since the Middle Ages) was renamed as Masarykova cesta in 1923. During the World War II it changed names to Road of the Isonzo Division and Road of 800 years of Ljubljana but in the end the name changed to Masarykova cesta again.