One of the stations in the Histadrut Garden in Rishon Lezion, inaugurated in July 2020, with signs marking milestones in the history of the Histadrut.
The illustrations at the trail stations were made by Nofar Tzarfati.
A broad view of some of the stations was taken that day by the same photographer Click for a larger image
Three months later, it was inaugurated in Tel Aviv next to the Histadrut building, the Histadrut Garden, with the Youth Movements Trail, which contains the same signs with the same text and illustrations (but the signs are made of stone and are on the ground) Click for sign's details Translation of the text on the sign
Station number: 5
Symbol of the Histadrut - the home of workers in Israel Wall and tower settlements
52 Jewish agricultural settlements were established throughout the country - between the years 1936-1939, as part of wall and tower operations.
The large settlement enterprise that became a symbol, began in the wake of the events of 1936-39 and was intended to expand the boundaries of the Jewish settlement, anchor ownership of the purchased land and protect the settlers from attacks. The organization and execution of the material and tower were entrusted to bodies managed by the Histadrut, including: the Haganah, the agricultural center and Solel Boneh, which operated in cooperation with other national institutions.