Picture from the open exhibition at the Abraham Garden, an exhibition commemorating the history of the city of Ramat Gan.
The exhibition is located on the wall of the amphitheater, in the Abraham Garden.
In the next photo taken that day, the exhibit is displayed and topped by Shlomo Katz’s Sgraffito Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Ramat Gan city symbol
Conceived, wrote and edited by Ze’ev (Berkowitz) Barkan. Galia Erez - Planning and Design 2019 The story of Ramat Gan
We are at one of the magical sites in Gush Dan.
Except for the beautiful garden and the pastoral panorama from here, there are endless events in this area. Most of them are well known and famous and some are hidden and for that we reproduce, write and tell.
Nearly a century engraved on a wall, in a 40-foot wall, milestones that tell a story in the time tunnel.
On a tunnel that connects the two parts of the garden. About the great people who have made their mark in literature and poetry - HN. Bialik
. On the security character of the state - David Ben-Gurion
. About Ramat-Gan being a green garden city - Abraham Krinitzi
. On grief and war - the spaces of the city. On Heroism and Sacrifice - Heroes’ Avenue.
On the General Staff oath camp of the champions. On the arts and crafts - the yellow submarine. And - on movies, conferences and theater - the amphitheater. On Ramat Gan in green, blue and white.
Over the course of the years the wall was hatched, there have been breaches and gaps. These were sealed and instead we wrote a story - a story about a magical garden. For our fathers and for our children. A story about a hill that is a gem. Welcome to the Open Exhibition at the Garden of Abraham.
Thanks to Mayor Carmel Shama HaCohen
, to Krinitzi House - the Ramat Gan City House, and to everyone involved in the story of the place. For leaders who have waged war from home at the top of the hill, to the founders of Ramat-Gan, to Abraham Krinitzi, and to the city’s leaders ever since.
Bottom photo: Abraham Krinitzi at the entrance to the garden bearing his name, 1946, unknown photographer.
Top picture: Painter Reuven Rubin and his wife with Abraham Krinitzi on the Culvert in Abraham Garden, 1940s, Photographer: Photo Ipla