Various signs
The ultimate street signs, historical sites and house numbers site
× Want to add signs? There is an app! Get it on Google Play Download on the App Store

Sign: Jerusalem - Heritage Sites in Israel - Gristian Epinger and Jacob Imberger House


Address:
Emek Refa’im St 12, Jerusalem, Israel
City:
Country:
Shape:
Material:
Placement:
Click here for a map that contains other items in the area

Click here for a map that contains other items in the area.
On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל העיר ירושלים
סמל משרד התרבות והספורט
סמל הרשות לפיתוח ירושלים
סמל משרד ירושלים ומורשת

בית גריסטיאן אפינגר ויעקב אימברגר
נבנה בשנת 1875 על ידי האדריכל פרידריך אימברגר, כבית דו-קומתי בעל עליית גג ומרתף. הכניסה הראשית מעוצבת כשתי קשתות, המגדירות את הפתח לכל אחת משתי הדירות. בחצר האחורית הקימו המשפחות משק עופות. על חלק מהשטח עומד מרכז תרבות העמים.

بيت غريستيان إپينغر ويعقوب إمبرغر
أقامه عام ١٨٧٥ المهندس المعماري فريدريخ إمبرغر كعمارة ذات طبقين مع قوسين في المدخل . في الساحة قامت العائلتان بتربية الدواجن .

Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel
The emblem of the city of Jerusalem
Symbol of the Ministry of Culture and Sports
Symbol of the Jerusalem Development Authority
Emblem of the Ministry of Jerusalem and Heritage

GRISTIAN EPINGER AND JACOB IMBERGER HOUSE
Built in 1875 by architect Friedrich Imberger, for two families with two entrance arches. At the backyard they had a chicken farm.

Photography:
Add comments, corrections, or missing information. After clicking the "Submit" button you will be taken to a page where you will be required to specify your name and email address.
Please note, you do not need to specify details about the item, these details will be automatically added


Comments:
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 house was photographed that day Click for a larger image Click for a larger image

Translation of the text on the sign:
[The text in English is significantly shorter than the text in Hebrew, below is a translation of the Hebrew text]
Built in 1875 by architect Friedrich Imberger, as a two-story house with an attic and basement. The main entrance is designed as two arches, which define the opening for each of the two apartments. In the backyard, the families set up a poultry farm. The Center for the Culture of the Peoples stands on part of the area.

The Center for the Culture of the Peoples indicated on the sign appears on a separate sign Click for sign's details




The ultimate street signs, historical sites and house numbers site

Initiating the site - Eli Zvuluny - Programming and building the site Possible Worlds Ltd. Possible Worlds Ltd. © 2019-2021

© ALL RIGHTS RESERVED - The site and its content are copyright protected. The full copyrights of the site's content belong to Eli Zvuluny. All images in the site (unless another photographer is mentioned) were taken by Eli Zvuluny that has the full copyrights on them. The use of any images or other materials included herein, in whole or part, for any purpose is expressly prohibited without the written permission of Eli Zvuluny. .