The cooperative village of Ramot HaShevim was founded in 1933. The founders of the village came from Germany in the Fifth Aliyah, and the street of the founders is named after them
The founders of the village (Davis Tritsch, Erich Moses and others) decided to engage in agriculture (even though most of them had no previous experience in this), mainly in the poultry industry, while establishing a joint association called El-Al which was founded in 1934 for the joint marketing of poultry products
The settlement also had a large vineyard
A cooperative village is a place where residents have private property, but factories and services are shared by all.
About the signs
The rectangular signs are made of metal and are on posts. At the top of each sign is an illustration describing the name of the street, the name of the street, and below it a short description of the subject the street is named after.
Most of the signs refer to the history of Ramot Shaviv, in addition to streets named after people who are not necessarily connected to the village, for example Sharet Street named after Moshe Sharet