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Sign: Ramat Gan - The Rosenblum House

Kikar Rambam 5, Ramat Gan, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר רמת גן
עיריית רמת-גן

[צילום: בית רוזנבלום , שנת 1933]
מקור התמונה: משפחת רוזנבלום

בית רוזנבלום
בית ציפורה ויעקב רוזנבלום, מראשוני רמת-גן, בעליו ומקימו של קולנוע אורדע הסמוך. בקומת הקרקע היו חנויות ובקומה הראשונה חדרים למגורי המשפחה ולהשכרה.
באבי 1934 עזבו הזוג מניה וחיים נחמן ביאליק את דירתם ב "פנסיון פלץ" (ביאליק 57) ועברו להתגורר בדירתם החדשה בבית רוזנבלום. סיבת המעבר אינה ידועה.
הסברה אומרת שהחדרים בפנסיון פלץ צרו מלהכיל את ספריו הרבים.
זמן קצר לאחר מכן, בחודש יוני 1934 נסע ביאליק לניתוח בוינה, ממנו לא שב.

בית קריניצי
בית העיר רמת-גן

[In the photo: The Rosenblum House, in 1933]
Image source: The Rosenblum family

The Rosenblum House
The house belonged to Tzipora and Yaakov Rosenblum, who were Ramat-Gan pioneers, and the owners and founders of the nearby Ordea cinema. The ground floor housed stores, and there were residential quarters for the family and for rent on the floor above.
In the spring of 1934, the couple Manya and Hayim Nahman Bialik left their apartment at the "Peltz" guesthouse (57 Bialik St.), and moved into their new apartment at the Rosenblum House. The reason for the move is not known. An explanation is given that the rooms in the Peltz guesthouse were too small to hold his many books. A short while after that, in June 1934, Bialik traveled for surgery to Vienna, and never returned from there.

Krinitzi House
Ramat Gan City House
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The sign is one of a series of signs posted by the Ramat Gan Municipality and the Krinitzi House - the Ramat Gan City House that tells the historical story of Ramat Gan

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