The square photo was taken on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image
There are signs in the square, including details of the twin cities WIESBADEN - GERMANY
The capital of Hesse, in Germany, has a population of 270.000 residents. Wiesbaden is first mentioned as a city during the Roman period.
Located on the River Rhine in the center of Germany. Wiesbaden is a spa known for its hot springs and is also a center for cultural activities and festivals.
A Twin City of Kfar Saba since 1979. Click for a larger image MULHEIM AN DER RUHR - GERMANY
Loocated in the center of the iron and coal mining area of North Rhine - Westphalia in West Germany.
There are 176.000 residents living in Mulheim.
Mulheim is first mentioned in the 8 th century and became a city in 1846. It is an industrial city with rich cultural activities.
A Twin City of Kfar Saba since 1993. Click for a larger image SAN JOSE COSTA RICA
The capital of Costa Rica in Central America has a population of 400.000 residents. Costa Rica, which has an embassy in Jerusalem maintains a close relationship with Israel. Costa Rica is impressively bcautiful, with natural phenomena such as volcanoes, rain forests and in the center of the country between two oceans, the Atlantic Ocean of the east and the Pacific Ocean in the west.
A Twin City of Kfar Saba since 1995 Click for a larger image DELFT - THE NETHERLANDS
Delft was founded in the 13th AD century.
The city has a population of 98.675 residents.
The old city, is enclosed by walls, and has canals crossing and surrounding it.
Part of the city is below sea level.
Delft is a University City and also well known for its blue Delft (ceramics) industry.
A twin City of Kfar Saba since 1968. Click for a larger image
The signs have many spelling and wording errors, some of which have been corrected in the text on the site
A sign for Twin Cities is also located next to City Hall Click for sign's details