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Sign: Jerusalem - Nahalat Shiva neighborhood


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Yosef Rivlin St 22, Jerusalem, Israel
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نحلات شيفا

تحلات شیعه الحي اليهودي الثالث في غربي المدينة ، أقيم عام ١٨٦٩ بحيث يتميز ببيوته الصغيرة التي اقيمت حول ساحات داخلية في وسطها آبار مياه ، وعلى جانبي ازقتها الملتوية والمرصوفة شمخت المساكن ، والكنس والمدارس الدينية ، والورش والحوانيت .
آن قرب الحي لطريق يافا حولته إلى مركز تجاري زود الخدمات لعابري السبيل .

ونتيجة للقرار الخاص لبلدية أورشليم القدس تم ترميم الحي : تجديد البنية الأساطية ورصف الشوارع من جديد واعيد للمنازل منظرها الطبيعي وذلك عام ١٩٨٨ - ١٩٨٩ .

נחלת שבעה

נחלת שבעה השכונה היהודית השלישית מחוץ לחומות (קדמו לה משכנות שאננים ומחנה ישראל).

נוסדה בשנת תרכ"ט (1869) ונקראת על שם שבעת מייסדיה:
מיכל הכהן; חיים הלוי קובנר; בנימין (בייניש) סלנט; אריה לייב (לומזר) הורוויץ; יואל משה סלומון; יוסף ריבלין; יהושע ילין. השבעה יצאו בעקבות צפיפות ותחלואה בין החומות ובנו את ביתם על חלקת קרקע בת 24,000 אמות מרובעות (כ-14 דונם).

השכונה מתאפיינת בבתיה הקטנים שנבנו מסביב לחצרות פנימיות ובמרכזן בורות מים. משני צידי סימטאותיה המפותלות והמרוצפות ניצבו בתי-מגורים, בתי-כנסת, ישיבות, בתי-מלאכה וחנויות.
קרבתה לדרך יפו שנסללה בשנת הקמתה של נחלת שבעה, נתנה תנופה להתפתחות המסחר בשכונה.
במרוצת השנים נבנו בשכונה בתים רבים על-ידי עולים מבוכרה, מארצות הבלקן ומארצות אחרות, שיצרו בה הווי חיים מיוחד.
מאז ראשית המנדט הבריטי, שבה ועלתה הדרישה להרוס את השכונה ולבנות במקומה בנייני משרדים גבוהים וכבישים רחבים. בשנת תשמ"ח (1988) אושרה התכנית לשימורה: השכונה שוקמה, חודשה התשתית, הרחובות רוצפו מחדש ולחזיתות הבתים הוחזר המראה הראשוני.
העבודות נעשו על ידי עירית ירושלים בשנים תשמ"ח-תשמ"ט (1988-1989) בשיתוף עם משרד התיירות, בהנחיית המחלקה לשיפור פני העיר ובאמצעות החברה לפתוח מזרח ירושלים.

[מפה של השכונה ובה מצויינים המקומות הבאים:
1. הבית הראשון בנחלת שבעה.
2. בית יואל משה סלומון
3. בית-כנסת "נחלת יעקב"
4. בית-כנסת "אהל יצחק"
5. החצר הפנימית ובור המים
6. ישיבת "שערי ציון"
7. מלון "בהרב"
8. תנור השכונה]

[תמונה של תעודת ייסוד השכונה]

Nahalat Shiv’a

Nahalat Shiv’a, the third Jewish neighborhood outside the Old City Walls. It was founded in 1869 and named after its seven founders. The neighborhood is characterized by its small houses built around inner court- yards with water cisterns at the center.

Over the course of time, there was increasing pressure on the Municipality of Jerusalem to demolish the neighborhood and build skyscrapers and roads in its place. All the proposals were rejected.

In 1988 the neighborhood was renovated by the Municipality, the infrastructure renewed, the streets repaired and the facades of the houses were restored.
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Translation of the text on the sign:
[The text in Hebrew is more detailed than the text that appears in Arabic and English]

Nahalat Shiv’a The third Jewish neighborhood outside the walls (preceded by Mishkenot Sha’ananim and the Machane Israel).

Founded in 1869 and named after its seven founders:
Michal Hacohen; Haim Halevi Kovner; Benjamin (Beinisch) Salant; Arie Leib (Lomzer) Horowitz; Yoel Moshe Salomon; Joseph Rivlin; Joshua Yellin. The seven came out due to overcrowding and disease between the walls and built their house on a plot of land of 24,000 square cubit (about 14 dunams).

The neighborhood is characterized by its small houses built around courtyards and in the center of which are cisterns. On either side of its winding, cobbled alleys stood dwellings, synagogues, yeshivahs, workshops, and shops.
Its proximity to the Jaffa Road, which was paved in the year of the construction of Nahalat Shiva, gave impetus to the development of commerce in the neighborhood.
Over the years, many houses were built in the neighborhood by immigrants from Bukhara, the Balkans and other countries, who created a special way of life there.
Since the beginning of the British Mandate, the demand has risen again to demolish the neighborhood and build high-rise office buildings and wide roads in its place. In 1988, the plan for preservation was approved: the neighborhood was restored, the infrastructure was renewed, the streets were re-paved and the facades of the houses were restored.
The works were carried out by the Jerusalem Municipality in 1988-1989 in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism, under the direction of the Department for the Improvement of the City and through the Company to Open East Jerusalem.

[Map of the neighborhood indicating the following places:
1. The first house in Nahalat Shiva.
2. Beit Yoel Moshe Salomon
3. Nahalat Yaakov Synagogue
4. Ohel Yitzhak Synagogue
5. The courtyard and cistern
6. Shaarei Zion Yeshiva
7. "Baharav" Hotel
8. Neighborhood Stove]

[Photo of the neighborhood founding certificate]



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