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Sign: Hadera - The K’han Building


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HaGiborim St 74, Hadera, Israel
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On the sign:
הח’אן של חדרה
הח’אן הוקם באמצע המאה ה-19 ע"י בעל קרקעות חדרה הקודם, כמחסנים, אורוות ומגורים לעובדיו.

המבנה נבנה בצורה מרובעת ולו שני שערים: מערבי ומזרחי.
במרכז המבנה - חצר מרווחת.

הח’אן השקיף מראש גבעת הכורכר על 30,000 דונם אדמה חקלאית משובחת וביצות, שניקנו ע"י ארבע אגודות מתנחלים מרוסיה, בשנת תרנ"א 1891.

ראשוני חדרה נאלצו לגור בח’אן מראשית בואם לחדרה משך שש שנות סבל, מחלות ומוות.
עם בניית בתי המגורים הראשונים, הפך הח’אן למבנה צבורי, למחסנים ולבתי מלאכה.

בשנת תשמ"ב 1892 נפתח בח’און מוזיאון היסטורי מיסודה של האגודה למען מוזיאון חדרה.

[הצד השני של השלט]
{The other side of the sign]
The K’han Building
The K’han was built sometime in the midst of the 19th century, probably by the former owner of Hadera’s land.

It was a single sandstone building, resembling a fortress with a wide central courtyard.
The large building served as a store house, stables and a livestock shed.

On arriving at their new home, in 1891. The founders of Hadera up residence in the K’han, for six hard years, before they were able to build their private homes.

Since 1982, the remains of the Khan rooms, house the "Khan" museum of the history of Hadera. A local voluntary society founded and built the museum. The society runs the museum with the support of the Hadera municipality.
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The Khan is also on the Hadera Eucalyptus track Click for sign's details



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