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Sign: Adanim - Founders Square

Haikarim St, Adanim, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל מושב עדנים
כיכר המייסדים
בהוקרה למתיישבים הראשונים

השנה 1950-תש"י. 27 משפחות, ברובן עולים ניצולי שואה מרומניה ופולין, משפחה מבולגריה, שתים מעירק וזוג צברים ממושב ירקונה, בנו את הבתים הראשונים. אליהם הצטרפו עוד 20 משפחות.
ונקרא שם המושב החדש על פי השיר "...בשרון עלה ריח עדנים".

[שמות המייסדים]
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Translation of the text on the sign:
The emblem of Moshav Adanim
Founders Square
In homage to the first settlers

The year 1950. 27 families, mostly Holocaust survivors from Romania and Poland, a family from Bulgaria, two from Iraq and a couple of Sabras from Moshav Yarkona, built the first houses. They were joined by another 20 families.
And the name of the new moshav is called according to the song "... in Sharon there was a smell of delights."

[Names of Founders]

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