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Sign: Gan Shmuel - Dining room

Unnamed Road, Gan Shmuel, Israel
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On the sign:
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[תמונת חדר האוכל]
צריף חדר-האוכל הראשון הוקם בשנת 1926, כחדר-אוכל ומטבח לחברי הקבוצה. לאחר שהצריף התפרק, נבנה בשנת 1941 חדר-אוכל שתוכנן בידי האדריכל אריה שרון ונבנה בידי קבוצת הבניין של חברי הקיבוץ. הפעמון שהוצב לידו שימש לצלצול השכמה, לקריאת החברים לארוחות ולהתכנסויות. בשנים הראשונות כל אחד היה יכול לצלצל ולהזמין את החברים לשיחה. בנוסף לכך, שימש חה"א גם לאירועי חגים ולשיחות קיבוץ.
חדר האוכל הקיים תוכנן בידי האדריכל חיליק ארד בשנת 1978. הוצבו בו יצירות אמנות מאת יעל לב - קיר קרמי ומחיצות עציצים, ויוחנן סימן - 3 ציורי קיר, וציור שמן.
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The sign is part of a series of signs depicting buildings in Gan Shmuel’s history

In the next photo taken that day, the sign and the pillar on it are posted Click for a larger image

The dining room image today Click for a larger image

The QR code references a YouTube movie describing the dining room:
Station # 6 - Dining Room - YouTube

Translation of the text on the sign:
[Dining room image]
Dining room
The first dining room hut was established in 1926, as a dining room and kitchen for the group members. After the hut fell apart, in 1941 a dining room was designed by architect Arieh Sharon and built by the building-group of the kibbutz. The bell placed next to it was used to ring a wake-up call, to call members for meals and gatherings. In the early years, anyone could ring and invite members over for a call. In addition, the dining room was also used for holiday events and kibbutz talks.
The existing dining room was designed by architect Hilik Arad in 1978. Artworks by Yael Lev - ceramic wall and pottery partitions were placed in it, and Yochanan Siman - 3 murals, and oil painting.

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