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Ha-Minyan ha-Rishon St 7, Ness Ziona, Israel
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מסלול הדגל
שכונת קרן קיימת לישראל

בשנת 1912 הוקמה במקום זה שכונה שנועדה לקלוט עשר משפחות של עולי תימן שהגיעו לארץ בעליית אעלה בתמ"ר ועבדו בפרדסי המושבה.
אדמת השכונה נרכשה ע"י הקרן הקיימת לישראל ובתיה נבנו ע"י מוסדות היישוב. הייתה זו שכונה של רחוב אחד שקישרה בין רחוב תל אביב ובין רחוב "המניין הראשון". משני צידי הרחוב עמדו צריפים קטנים אשר טויחו בחמר וסוידו בלבן. בחצרות הצמודות לבתים גידלו המתיישבים ירקות ולצד כל בית ניתן היה לראות גם לול קטן.
חלומם של תושבי השכונה הקטנה היה להקים מושב חקלאי משלהם ואכן, בשנים 1929-1930 הם עלו להתיישבות במושב טירת שלום.
בשנת 1959 סופחה טירת שלום לנס-ציונה ונטמעה כשכונה בעיר.
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Station # 4 on the Ness Ziona Flag trail, a route that describes historical points in the history of Ness Ziona.
Raising the Israeli flag for the first time after which the route is named, plays an important role in Ness Ziona’s legacy, the flag appears in the city’s emblem, and even the city’s house numbers contain this motif Click for sign's details

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The sign environment was taken that day when the KKL-JNF street sign can also be seen in the picture Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
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The Flag trail
The Jewish National Fund Neighborhood

In 1912, a neighborhood was established in this place designed to absorb ten families of Yemeni immigrants who came to Eretz Israel in Aela BaTamar Aliyah and worked in the colony’s orchards.
The neighborhood’s land was purchased by the Jewish National Fund and its houses were built by the community’s institutions. It was a neighborhood of one street that connected Tel Aviv street and "the first quorum". On both sides of the street were small huts that were plastered with clay and whitewashed in white. In the courtyards adjacent to the houses the settlers grew vegetables and beside each house you could also see a small chicken coop.
The dream of the residents of the small neighborhood was to establish their own agricultural moshav, and in 1929-1930 they immigrated to the settlement of Tirat Shalom.
In 1959, Tirat Shalom was annexed to Ness Ziona and was incorporated as a neighborhood in the city.






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