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Sign: Jerusalem - HaMesila Park - Beit Safafa neighborhood - More history (79)


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HaMesila Park, Jerusalem, Israel
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משנת 1948 הוצב במרכז הכפר שלט שהורה לנהג הרכבת, שעברה בלב הכפר, לעצור עצירה מוחלטת על מנת להבטיח את ביטחונם של תושבי הכפר וכן כדי לבדוק את תקינות הבלמים לפני הירידות התלולות של מורדות ירושלים. הכפר המחולק בית צפאפא אוחד מחדש בתום מלחמת ששת הימים (1967) והפך לשכונה בתוך ירושלים. עם התפתחותה של ירושלים לכיוון דרום השתלבה השכונה באופן מוצלח בתוך המרקם העירוני של ירושלים ושופרו דרכי הגישה אליה, וממנה. כיום, בית צפאפא ממוקמת בין השכונות קטמונים (גוננים), פת, גילה ואזור התעשייה תלפיות.

منذ 1948 وضعن لافتة في مركز القرية تأمر سائق القطار ، الذي مر من وسط القرية بالتوقف بشكل كامل للتحقق من امن سكان القرية ، وفحص سلامة الفرامل قبل المنحدرات الحادة لسفوح القدس . وحدت القرية المقسمة من جديد في نهاية حرب الأيام الستة ( 1967 ) وأصبحت حيا داخل القدس . مع تطور القدس نحو الجنوب امتزج الحي بنجاح داخل النسيج المدني للمدينة وتحسنت طرق الوصول إليه . ومنه . اليوم ، تقع بيت صفافا بين أحياء القطمون ( جونم بات ، جيلو والمنطقة الصناعية تلبيوت .

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תושב בית צפאפא מכבד חיילים ישראלים במים, שנות ה-50 של המאה ה-20.
شخص من سكان بيت صفافا يقدر الماء للجنود الإسرائيليين ، الخمسينيات من القرن ال -20
A resident of Beit Safafa offers Israeli soldiers water, 1950s.

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From 1948 a sign was installed in the center of the village instructing the train driver to come to a complete stop, to ensure the safety of the village residents and also to check that the brakes were working before the steep Jerusalem Mountains descent.
The divided village of Beit Safafa was reunited at the end of the Six-Day War (1967) and became a Jerusalem neighborhood. As Jerusalem developed southward, Beit Safafa became successfully incorporated into the city’s urban fabric, and access roads to and from it were improved. Today, Beit Safafa is located between the neighborhoods of Katamonim (Gonenim), Patt, Gilo and the Talpiot industrial zone.

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חיילים ישראלים בפטרול על המסילה באזור בית צפאפא, שנות ה-50 של המאה ה-20.
جنود إسرائيليين في دوريات على السكة في منطقة بيت صفافا ، الخمسينيات من القرن ال -20.
Israeli soldiers on à patrol along the railroad tracks in the Beit Safafaarea, 1950s.
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Sign No. 79 in a series of signs placed on or around lighting poles, including the history of the old railway line to Jerusalem, along which its route extends the HaMesila (Railway) Park.

The sign is wrapped around the lighting pole, here are the other parts of the sign:
Side 2 Click for a larger image

In the next picture taken that day you can see the old railway track that became a pedestrian track, a bike path next to it, and the sign that surrounds one of the lighting poles Click for a larger image




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