The garden with the emblems of the twin cities was photographed that day Click for a larger image
The emblems of the twin cities Click for a larger image
Hann Munden, Germany Click for a larger image
Suresnes, France Click for a larger image
Holon, Israel Click for a larger image
Dayton, Ohio, USA Click for a larger image
Berlin Mitte, Germany Translation of the text on the sign
Garden of twin cities
This garden was established as a sign of appreciation for the twin cities that signed a friendship agreement with the city of Holon.
Suresnes - France -
The first city with which a twin alliance was signed in 1961.
Suresnes is only 8 km from the center of Paris and has a population of about 42,000 (2005).
Berlin Mitte, Germany - Berlin Mitte -
The second city with which Holon signed a twin alliance in 1970.
It has about 325,000 inhabitants (2005).
The historic center of Berlin is located in this part of the city as well as all the cultural sites that have gained UNESCO recognition.
The main synagogue of Berlin and the new Jewish Museum are also located there.
Hann Munden, Germany -
In 1988, a twin alliance was signed with her through the mediation of the city of Suresnes, which has twin city ties with both Holon and Hann Monden, located in the province of Göttingen in lower Lower Saxony at the meeting of Weser and Fulda.
The city has about 28,000 inhabitants (2005)
The World Expo Exhibition, which is dedicated to the subject of water, was hosted in this city in 2000.
Dayton, Ohio, USA
The twin alliance with her was signed in 1998.
The city of Dayton is located at the southwestern tip of Ohio State, USA.
Its population is 700,000 (2005).
The Jewish community in Dyson (Dayton) numbers about 6,000 people, and has close ties with the State of Israel.
The Wright brothers, the pioneers of aviation, lived and worked in Dayton.
The park was inaugurated in 1998 with delegations and representatives from all the twin cities.