The building was photographed by the same photographer that day Click for a larger image
Abu Kishk was a Bedouin tribe that established the settlement of Abu Kishk which was abandoned in the first days of the War of Independence. Translation of the text on the sign
: Conservation project
Abu Kishk Bedouin School in the Hod Hasharon Park Complex
On the lands of ’Abu Kishk’, along Derech Hayam Street, a school was built by the British, between the years 1929-1944, for the Bedouin children, who lived in the area.
It is the only public building built by the British within the boundaries of Hod Hasharon in the style of traditional Arab architecture.
As part of the conservation process, the Hod Hasharon Municipality will renovate the entire area and connect it to Hod Hasharon Park, while preserving the building and preventing damage to its architectural values.
[Pictures of the future structure and the current structure]
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Symbol of Hod Hasharon Park
A branded symbol of Hod Hasharon - community and nature in the center