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
The synagogue was photographed on the same day by the same photographer Click for a larger image
The mention of the donation that appears at the bottom of the sign is surprising and is not acceptable for signs of this type, but is understandable in light of the fact that it was donated by the Adler family, the family that donated the synagogue. Translation of the text on the sign
Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
The emblem of Batzra
The emblem of the Ministry of Culture and Sport
Symbol of a Batzra Cooperative Society The synagogue in Moshav Batzra
The synagogue was named after Alexander Adler, the father of Yosef Adler, one of the founders of the moshav. Most of the funding for the construction of the synagogue was donated by Esther Adler, Alexanders wife, from the reparations money she received from Germany. The rest of the money was collected by the residents of Batzra. Each resident contributed 100 shoot.
The synagogue was designed by the architect Bella Schragenheim and built by the contractors Yitzhaki and Stabinski from Raanana, who at the same time built the silo, the large pool of water and the Peoples House in the moshav.
The synagogue was inaugurated in Sukkot in 1961 at the circumcision ceremony for Esther and Alexander Adlers great-grandson, with the participation of friends and children from the Yavneh group, Esther Adlers place of residence; And in the capacity of the Minister of Religion at the time, Dr. Yosef Burg and Member of Knesset Haim Lebanon.
Donated by the Adler-Ilan family