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Sign: Givat Haim (Meuhad) - The Culture House

Unnamed Road, Givat Haim, Israel
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On the sign:
בית התרבות נחנך בספטמבר 1938 לאחר שלוש שנות בנייה והיה מרכז החיים בשעות הפנאי. כאן שמעו רדיו, קראו עיתונים, ניגנו בפסנתר וערכו חזרות ל"חוג הדרמטי", וכאן גם הוצג "המלך בור" בביצוע בובטרון גבעת חיים. המרפסת שימשה במה להצגות ולקונצרטים. הקהל ישב על הדשא.
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Sign number 9 from signs scattered throughout the kibbutz, describing the history of the kibbutz

The following picture taken that day shows the sign and its surroundings Click for a larger image

The sign was replaced by a sign made of metal, as can be seen from the photo taken by Israel Preker in 2022
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Translation of the text on the sign:
The Culture House was inaugurated in September 1938 after three years of construction and was the center of life at leisure. Here they heard radio, read newspapers, played the piano and rehearsed to the "dramatic circle", and here also presented "The Kingbur" in the performance of Givat Haim. The terrace served as a stage for performances and concerts. The crowd sat on the grass.
In the background is an orchard B and behind it bare hills - later Kfar HaRoea and Hibat Zion.

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