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Sign: Hadera - Heritage Sites in Israel - Feinberg House

Jabotinsky St 34, Hadera, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל משרד המדע התרבות והספורט (סמל ישן)
סמל קרן קימת לישראל
סמל העיר חדרה

בית פיינברג
בית ראשונים, שנבנה בגבולה הדרומי של המושבה חדרה, בשנת תרנ"ו 1896, נקרא היום בית פיינברג.

ישראל פיינברג, מהמתנחלים הראשונים בחדרה, היה אחד מארבעת השומרים הראשונים שיהושע חנקין, גואל האדמות, שלח לחדרה, כדי להפגין בעלות על הנחלה שנרכשה בשנת תר"ן 1890.

הבית שימש מרכז לפגישות ראשי היישוב, דאז.

במאורעות 1921 פלשו אלפי פורעים ערבים למושבה, חדרו אל בית פיינברג, בזזו אותו ושרפו את האגף הצפוני. תושבי חדרה התארגנו להגנה עצמית, בהנהגת אחד הפועלים העבריים שהיה בעל ניסיון צבאי, והדפו את ההתקפה.

מרתף הבית ששופץ, שימש לאימוני ה"הגנה" בשנות ה-40 של המאה ה-20.

המבנה שוקם בשנת 2008 על ידי החברה לפתוח חדרה והמועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת ישראל.
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The sign shape is square but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

The building was photographed on the day the sign was taken Click for a larger image

The house also appears on the Eucalyptus track Click for sign's details

Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Symbol of the Ministry of Science, Culture and Sports (old symbol)
Symbol of the Jewish National Fund
The emblem of the city of Hadera

Feinberg House
The Rishonim (Founders) House, built on the southern border of the Hadera colony in 1896, is today called the Feinberg House.

Israel Feinberg, one of the first settlers in Hadera, was one of the first four guards that Joshua Hankin, the savior of the lands, sent to Hadera to demonstrate ownership of the land purchased in 1890.

The house served as a center for meetings of the heads of the settlement, at the time.

During the events of 1921, thousands of Arab rioters invaded the colony, infiltrated the Feinberg House, looted it and burned the northern wing. The residents of Hadera organized in self-defense, led by one of the Hebrew workers who had military experience, and repulsed the attack.

The basement of the renovated house was used for "Hagana" training in the 1940s.

The building was restored in 2008 by the Hadera Development Company and the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites.

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