In the park, there are plots for the Sister cities of the city of Rishon Lezion, with a plot depicting the Sister city in each plot, and a display corresponding to the city.
Another sign is in the same section with an emphasis on Romanian Jewry: JEWS IN ROMANIA
Jews lived in Dacia (Later to become Romania) even before it was conquered by the Romans.
Jews have lived in Brasov since 1807, the first Jewish school was founded in 1864, and the building of the synagogue in 1901.
Throughout the years many Jews rose lo prominence in the fields of Arts, Culture, Sciences and Politics.
Nearly 850.000 Jews lived in Romania before WWII. 425.000 survived the Holocaust. THE OLD SYNAGOGUE IN BRASOV
[Illustration of a mosaic that was in the synagogue]
The sign was taken that day by the same photographer Click for a larger image
A copy of the mosaic that was in the synagogue (and mentioned above) was photographed that day by the same photographer Click for a larger image
Not far away is also a tree planted to mark the covenant of cities Click for sign's details