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Sign: Shuni - Heritage Sites in Israel


Address:
Park Shuni, Binyamina-Giv’at Ada, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל העמותה לשימור ושיחזור בנימינה
סמל המושבה בנימינה

שוני
כפר שומי שבנחלת שבט מנשה, הפך להיות מוקד פעילות ותחנה בדרך לחידוש ההתיישבות בצפון השומרון.
ב-1914 נרכש המבנה על ידי הברון רוטשילד, להשלמת הבעלות על "הכיכר הגדולה" בין המושבות חדרה וזיכרון יעקב. המבנה אוכלס על ידי "הגדעונים", חברי ניל"י בני זיכרון יעקב, ושימש להכשרת חקלאים ואכסניה לפועלים בעבודות פיתוח ותשתית, בסלילת דרכים וייבוש ביצות.
בשנים 1919-1925 היה מרכז הכשרה וגיבוש גרעין ההתיישבות "גבעת בנימין", להקמת המושבה בנימינה.
בשנים 1940-1946, ראשית ההתיישבות הבית"רית במעבר ל"נחלת ז’בוטינסקי", שימש כבסיס אימונים ובית ספר למפקדים של האצ"ל.
בשנים 1946-1948 היה בו מוסד חינוכי של עליית הנוער, נקודת התארגנות למעפילים, מרכז הכשרה לקראת ההתיישבות ביישובי אלונה.
בשנת 1988 התחילו עבודות השימור והשיקום של האתר על ידי קק"ל וקרן תל-חי.
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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 sign is on the Shuni amphitheater wall. The building was photographed that day Click for a larger image Click for a larger image Click for a larger image

Next to the sign are 4 pictures on "Rehabilitation of Shuni and the Establishment of Jabotinsky Park (1984-1985)" Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Symbol of the Association for the Preservation and Restoration of Binyamina
The emblem of the Binyamina colony

Shuni
Kfar Shumi in Nahalat Shevet Menashe has become a center of activity and a stop on the way to the resumption of settlement in northern Samaria.
In 1914, the building was purchased by Baron Rothschild, to complete the ownership of the "Great Square" between the Hadera and Zichron Yaacov colonies. The building was inhabited by the "Gideons", members of Nili from Bnei Zichron Yaacov, and was used to train farmers and a hostel for workers in development and infrastructure work, paving roads and draining swamps.
In the years 1919-1925, there was a training and formation center for the "Givat Binyamin" settlement nucleus, for the establishment of the Binyamina colony.
In the years 1940-1946, the beginning of the Betar settlement in the transition to "Nahalat Jabotinsky", served as a training base and a school for Irgun commanders.
In the years 1946-1948, it had an educational institution of youth aliyah, an organizing point for illegal immigrants, a training center for settlement in the localities of Alona.
In 1988, the conservation and restoration work on the site was started by the JNF and the Tel Hai Foundation.




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