The Eucalyptus Trail is a trail of 16 historic sites in the heart of the city of Hadera. In addition to the signs placed at the points of the route, an illustration marking the route is stamped on the ground, as can be seen in the following sign Click for sign's details
The house was photographed that day Click for a larger image
In the following image, a part of the sign is enlarged Click for a larger image
Note that according to what is written on the sign, Nachman Ram lived between the years 1819-1963, if the text was true, then it is a person who lived 144 years, and it is also a natural phenomenon of a person born 52 years before his father was born! After clarification, it turns out that the year of birth was 1899 and not 1819.
Note: The QR code leading to the website listed on the sign - www.maslule.co.il - is not active Translation of the text on the sign
Baruch and Tzila Ram with their children Nachman and Batya Beit Ram
The house of Baruch and Tzila Ram was built between the years 1923-4. The local structure consisted of two floors, built of kurkar stone, with tiled roof cladding. In the early 1930s, the house was expanded and two wings were added, north and south.
Nachman Ram, the founding father of the Ram family, came to Hadera in 1891, when he was 20. He measured land and joined the "Association of Individuals" - one of the 4 associations that founded Hadera. Nachman Ram was an ardent supporter of the community and education in the Hebrew language.
In 1911, at the age of 40, he died of a fever.
The writer Moshe Smilansky said of Nachman Ram that "if it were not for Hadera and his work, in which he buried himself while alive, he would have taken the easy way to the city and to public activism, because then he would surely have been one of the best activists and speakers in the country, but he invested himself and his talent in Hadera. "
Baruch Ram, son of Nachman Ram (1819-1963), dropped out of the Herzliya Gymnasium to return to his hometown of Hadera and help his parents. Baruch lived in the house with his wife Tzila and their children, Batya and Nachman. He was a successful orchard who guided hundreds of pioneers and immigrants and became a key figure in the development of the orchard industry in the country. Baruch, who was an excellent speaker, also served as the colonys spokesman.
The house was handed over to the Hadera municipality by Tzila, Baruchs widow, in 1985.
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The emblem of the city of Hadera
Symbol of the Dre Development Fund
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel
Project management - Hadera Development Fund
Historical Materials - The Khan Museum of Hadera History Eucalyptus route
Historic sites route in the heart of Hadera
1. The Founders’ Garden, the agricultural farm / 2. Beit Ezra / 3. Beit HaMoshava / 4. The Market / 5. The Old Synagogue / 6. Beit Smolnik / 7. Beit Nakhumovsky / Milner / 8. Beit Kelz / 9. The Kiosk / 10. Ehad Ha’am School / 11. Beit Ram / 12. Kotler House / 13. Feinberg House / 14. Water Tower / 15. The Khan Museum / 16. The Great Synagogue