A station in the Fields Trail: A walking route, along which are placed signs indicating landmarks in the history of Ramat Hasharon Click for sign's details
The trail was photographed that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
The "tobacco group" rises on the ground, after a 3-day journey and crosses the Yarkon on a "bridge" of rickety boats. The group abandoned the settlement in 1924 after a locust attack that destroyed the field crops. 19.11.1928
The name of the settlement was changed to "Ramat Hasharon". The name was chosen after one of the settlers, Mordechai Weinberg, saw a square called "Ramat Hasharon" near Hahashmal Street in Tel Aviv that matched the colony that actually lived on a plateau in the Sharon.
Field Trail 400 m
The emblem of the city of Ramat Hasharon
Ramat Hasharon - making history