The sign is part of a series of signs posted by the Raanana Municipality that describe significant places in the history of the place.
The QR code indicates the following link from the Raanana Heritage site: The public toilet - sites that were and are not
The toilet was photographed that day Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
Raanana city emblem
The public toilet
[Photo: "Pyramid" - a sports exercise of elementary school students in the background on the left, the public toilet is seen. 1930s]
Opposite the old entrance to the Beit Ha’am building, to the west, a small building was erected with cells for a public toilet, in an oriental style (without toilet bowls), with an area of 8.6 square meters. The color of the building was brown-purple There was a fountain and below it a trough, which was used by the animals. Over the years the trough and fountain were removed, the windows and doors of the People’s House were sealed and the toilet became a warehouse.