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Sign: Rishon Lezion - Sister Cities Park - Brasov, Romania


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Twin Cities Park, Golda Me’ir St, Rishon LeTsiyon, Israel
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On the sign:
ברשוב רומניה
ברשוב הידועה גם בשם הלטיני-גרמני גורונה נמצאת במרכז המדינה והינה אחת הערים הגדולות והמטופחות ביותר של רמוניה. ברשוב נמצאת כ-160 ק"מ צפונית לבוקרשט, מוקפת בהרי הקרפטים.
בשלהי המאה ה-16, ברשוב הפכה להיות אחד המעוזים הכלכליים, פוליטיים ותרבותיים החשובים ביותר בדרום אירופה. בברשוב הודפס הספר הרומני הראשון.
בימי מלחמת העולם השנייה חלק גדול מהעיר נהרס שוב. למרבה המזל ובעיקר הודות לתושביה, העיר נבנתה מחדש ואתריה ההסטוריים שוחזרו.
האקלים וסביבתה של ברשוב איפשרו פיתוח אזור תיירותי חשוב ביותר. פוינה ברשוב ופרדיאל הינן שמורות טבע מפורסמות בכל העולם, עקב מיקומן ומתקניהן המצויינים לספורט וקיץ וחורף כאחד.
עד המאה ה-19, לא הורשו היהודים להתיישב באזור, לכן מספרם כה מועט. למרות זאת, השכילו לצבור השפעה ולנהל חיי קהילה תוססים.
הקהילה היהודית בברשוב קטנה אך פעילה מאד. לפני מספר שנים כאשר חגגה 100 שנים להיוסדו של בית הכנסת היפהפה של ברשוב, הוכרז על בית הכנסת כאתר רשמי של המדינה.

BRASOV ROMANIA
Brasov, also known by the German and Latin name of Corona is situated in the central part of the country, is one of the largest and most cherished cities of Romania. Lotated 160 km north of Bucarest, Brasov is surrounded by the Carpathian mountains.
By the 16th century, Brasov became a most important economical, political and cultural stronghold in the Southern Europe. The first Romanian book was printed in Brasov.
During World War II, the city was partly destroyed, but the determined people living in Brasov rebuilt the city and restored the historical buildings.
The climate and surroundings of Brasov allowed the development of an important touristic region: Poiana Brasov, Predeal are world-wide resorts due to their fine accommodation and excellent facilities for both summer and winter sports.
Up to the 19th Century Jews were not allowed to settle in this region. Despite this fact, the Jews succeeded to gain influence and a maintain rich community life. The Jewish Community of today counts about 250 families.


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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



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