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

Sign: Raanana - The public toilet

Ahuza St 103, Ra’anana, Israel
Click here for a map that contains other items in the area

On the sign:
סמל העיר רעננה

בית השימוש הציבורי

[תמונה: "פירמידה" - תרגיל ספורט של תלמידי ביה"ס העממי שברקע משמאל, נראה בית השימוש הציבורי. שנות ה-30]

מול הכניסה הישנה לבנין בית העם, ממערב, הוקם מבנה קטן ובו תאים לבית שימוש ציבורי, בסגנון מזרחי (ללא אסלות), בשטח של 8.6 מ"ר. צבעו של המבנה היה חום-סגול ועל גגו ארובה לאיוורור. בינו לבין דלתות בית העם, הייתה ברזייה ומתחתיה שוקת, אשר שימשה את בעלי החיים. במהלך השנים הוסרו השוקת והברזייה, חלונות ודלתות בית העם נאטמו ובית השימוש הפך למחסן.

קוד QR

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

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.

The ultimate street signs, historical sites and house numbers

Initiating the site - Eli Zvuluny - Programming and building the site Possible Worlds Ltd. Possible Worlds Ltd. © 2019-2024

© 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. .