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Sign: Haifa - Heritage Sites in Israel - Clore Children’s Library and Cultural Center

Hatzionut Ave 24, Haifa, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל המועצה לשימור אתרי מורשת בישראל
סמל העיר חיפה

הספריה לילדים ע"ש קלור
בתחילת המאה ה-20 נבנה הבניין כבית מגורים על ”דרך ההר", בין העיר התחתית והמושבה הגרמנית לבין שכונת הרצליה.
בשנות ה-20 וה-30 של המאה-20, שימש הבניין כבית חולים ממשלתי. משנות ה-50 שימש כמוסד חינוכי (בית ספר הגפן ובהמשך בית ספר או"ם לחינוך מיוחד) וב-1965 צורף למרכז הקהילתי ״בית הגפן”.
בסיועה של משפחת קלור שוקם הבניין כספריה ומרכז תרבות לילדים ונוער (2000).

Symbol of the Council for the Preservation of Israeli Heritage Sites
Emblem of the city of Haifa

Clore Children’s Library and Cultural Center
Was built in the beginning of the 20th century as a residential house along "The Mountain Road" between the Lower Downtown, the German Colony and the Herzliya neighborhood.
In the 1920’s and 1930’s, it served as a government hospital. Since the 1950’s, it served as an educational institute (Hagefen School, and then "Um" School for Special Education). In 1965, was appended to the Beit Hagefen Community Center. With the help of the Clore family, the building was renovated in the year 2000 into what is now known as the Clore Children’s Library and Cultural Center.

المكتبة العمومية للأطفال على اسم كلور
بني المبنى في أوائل القرن العشرين كمسكن على شارع الجبل بين البلدة السفلى وحيّ الألمانية وبين حيّ هرتسليا . استخدم المبنى في سنوات العشرين والثلاثين من القرن العشرين كمشفى حكومي وفي سنوات الخمسين كمؤسسة تربوية مدرسة) بيت الكرمة، مدرسة الأمم المتحدة للتربية الخاصة). في سنة 1965 وحد المبنى مع المركز الجماهيري "بيت الكرمة، وبمساعدة عائلة كلور رُمّم سنة 2000 ليصبح مكتبة ومركزا ثقافيا للأطفال والفتية.
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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

The building was photographed on the same day Click for a larger image

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