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Sign: Pardes Hanna - Heritage Sites in Israel - Ramat Hashomron


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HaTsfira St 3, Pardes Hanna-Karkur, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל משרד התרבות והספורט
סמל תנועת הקיבוץ הדתי

רמת השומרון
חמישה עשר חלוצים דתיים הגיעו לפרדס חנה בשנת תרצ"ה (1935) והקימו מחנה זמני. הם עבדו בפרדסי המושבה ובסביבה, קלטו עולים ובנו בתים אחדים. במשך שמונה שנים צמחה כאן קבוצה תוססת, שקראה לעצמה "רמת השומרון".

בשנת תש"ג (1943) ירדו חברי הקבוצה לשערי עזה ויסדו שם את קבוץ "בארות יצחק". במקומם באו אל חצר "רמת השומרון" חברי הקיבוץ הדתי "שלוחות". הם התגוררו כאן כשלוש שנים, עד שהקימו את קיבוצם בעמק בית שאן בשנת תש"ח (1948).
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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

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Translation of the text on the sign:
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Heritage Sites in Israel
Symbol of the Ministry of Culture and Sports
Symbol of the religious kibbutz movement

Ramat Hashomron
Fifteen religious pioneers came to Pardes Hanna in 1935 and set up a temporary camp. They worked in and around the colony’s orchards, absorbed immigrants and built several houses. For eight years a vibrant group grew up here, calling itself "Ramat Hashomron".

In 1943, the members of the group went down to the gates of Gaza and established the "Beerot Yitzhak" group there. In their place came to the courtyard of "Ramat Hashomron" members of the religious kibbutz "Shluhot". They lived here for about three years, until they established their kibbutz in the Beit She’an Valley in 1948.




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