The next picture taken that day shows the sign and the pole on which it is posted Click for a larger image
The building used as a local council house was photographed that day (the sign on the front of the building with the inscription "We’ll go through it together" refers to the Corona virus) Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Founders Trail Logo
The emblem of the Gan Yavne Local council The first public building
Established in 1930 as a versatile structure. Until the War of Independence, it served as security, community management, clinic, family home and offices of the "New York Mansion"
Consisted of three reinforced concrete levels. In the basement there were studies, social activities and prayers. In the 4 middle-level rooms, the clinic and administration operated.
The roof was a bullet trap with firing holes, a monitoring station and a licensed firearm. At its center is an observation tower and spotlight.
When Gan Yavne was declared a local council in 1950, the building became the house of the local council. The upper floor was built on the basis of the bullet trap