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Sign: Bnei Atarot - Heritage Sites in Israel - Council House


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HaRishonim St, Bnei Atarot, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל מושב בני עטרות
סמל המועצה האזורית חבל מודיעין

בית המועצה
הבניין נבנה על ידי משפחת איכר טמפלרי בעשור הראשון של המאה ה-20, בתקופת המושבה וילהלמה.
הבית בנוי מאבני גיר וכורכר. המרצפות המקוריות ומסגרות החלונות עשויות אלמנטים טרומיים מבטון, תוצרת בית חרושת וילנד ביפו. במרפסות החזית, פריטי ברזל ופרזול שעוצבו על ידי נפח טמפלרי בוילהלמה. מדרגות הכניסה, מקוריות וסותתו מאבן גיר קשה.

מבני המשק החקלאי, שהיו מאחורי הבית, נהרסו בהדרגה. מתקופת הטמפלרים נשארו בחזית הברוש, הדקל והקקטוס. בשנים 1950-1990 שימש הבניין את משרדי המועצה האזורית "מודיעים", כיום "חבל מודיעין" ומכאן שמו של הבניין.

בשנים 1948-1952 גרו בבניין מפונים מבארות יצחק שבנגב. עד שנת 1989 שימשו שניים מחדריו כבית הכנסת של בני עטרות.

בשנת 2009 שוקם הבניין על ידי אגודת מושב בני עטרות. בתהליך השיקום שומרו רצפות העץ, המרתף ותקרותיו המקומרות ושוחזרו עיטורי הקיר במבואה.
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The sign shape is rectangular but its head is designed according to the silhouette of the old building of the Gymnasia Herzliya, which serves as a logo of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel

The building was photographed that day Click for a larger image

The building is also called the Goldratt House as can be seen on a sign taken that day Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Emblem of Moshav Bnei Atarot
Symbol of the Hevel Modi’in Regional Council

Council House
The building was built by the Templar peasant family in the first decade of the 20th century, during the Wilhelma colony period.
The house is built of limestone and kurkar. The original tiles and window frames are made of prefabricated concrete elements, made by the Wieland factory in Jaffa. In the front balconies, iron and ironwork items designed by the Templar blacksmith in Wilhelma. The entrance steps, original and carved from hard limestone.

The farm buildings, which were behind the house, were gradually demolished. From the Templar period remained in front of the cypress, palm and cactus. In the years 1950-1990, the building served as the offices of the Modi’im Regional Council, now "Modi’in District" hence the name of the building.

In the years 1948-1952, evacuees from the "Beerot Yitzhak" in the Negev lived in the building. Until 1989, two of its rooms served as the synagogue of Bnei Atarot.

In 2009, the building was restored by the Moshav Bnei Atarot Association. During the restoration process, the wooden floors, the basement and its vaulted ceilings were preserved and the wall decorations in the foyer were restored.




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