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Sign: HaOgen - The Isolation


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Unnamed Road, HaOgen, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל קיבוץ העוגן

האיזולציה
מבנה הבטון הראשון שהוקם בשנת 1948 בקצה המזרחי של הקיבוץ לכיוון הגבול.
תחילה התגוררו בו החברים שהקימו את "הנקודה" ובהמשך שימש לצורך בידוד ילדים חולים. מכאן מקור שמו.
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Part of a series of signs depicting buildings from the early days of the kibbutz

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Translation of the text on the sign:
The symbol of Kibbutz HaOgen

The Isolation
The first concrete structure erected in 1948 at the eastern end of the kibbutz towards the border.
At first it was inhabited by the members who founded the "spot" and later used for the purpose of isolating sick children. Hence the origin of his name.



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