A station on the ""Rishonim route", set up by a joint initiative of the Givatayim Municipality and the veterans association of Borochov neighborhood, featuring signs that mention the homes and institutions in Borochov neighborhoods.
The site description appears on a separate sign Click for a larger image
The building is also designated as a heritage site and is located on the site Click for sign's details
The Schneiderman house was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
[Site description appears on separate sign]
Here, in 1922, David Schneiderman built his home. Schneiderman was an artist. His works include painting the Herzliya Gymnasium, works in Tel Aviv and Petah Tikva, as well as works of art at Kibbutz Tsuba. As he walked to work, in the sands and climbing the kurkar hills, he pondered and dreamed. In his dream he saw a working neighborhood, where workers and their families would live a brotherhood life, and for every family a small house surrounded by a garden and fruit trees, and in the yard - an animal farm.
In 1922, the dream came true. The settlers built the 22 houses of the first working neighborhood in Israel - Borochov neighborhood. David Schneiderman was the head of the neighborhood’s first committee. The house was donated to the Givatayim Municipality by Schneiderman’s children in memory of their parents, Malka and David Schneiderman, co-founders of the Borochov neighborhood. The original building and other buildings in the yard are now used by the Givatayim Municipal Art Institute. The palm trees and olive trees were planted in the early days of the neighborhood.
JNF (Jewish National Fund) emblem, Givatayim emblem
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites - Israel
Veterans Association Borochov neighborhood