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about Hadera

Hadera (חדרה) is a city in the Haifa District in Israel. According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), at the end of 2001 the city had a total population of 73,100.Hadera is the hometown of windsurfing champion Gal Fridman, the first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal.

 

Hadera is the hometown of windsurfing champion Gal Fridman, the first Israeli to win an Olympic gold medal.

Hadera (Hebrew: חֲדֵרָה‎, Hadera; Arabic: الخضيرة‎) is a city located in the Haifa District of Israel approximately 45 kilometers (28.0 mi) from the major cities of Tel Aviv (south) and Haifa (north). The city is located along 7 kilometers (4 mi) of the Israeli Mediterranean Coastal Plain. The city has a population of 77,100 which includes a high proportion of immigrants since 1990, notably from Ethiopia and the Former USSR.

Hadera was established in 1891 as a farming colony by members of the Zionist group, Hovevei Zion, from Lithuania and Latvia. By 1948, it was a regional center with a population of 11,800. It was declared a city in 1952. With an area of jurisdiction of 53,000 dunams, Hadera is Israel's fourth largest city.

Several projects are under way to improve the quality of life in Hadera, including regenerating the city center, constructing a hi-tech business park, and building the world's largest desalination plant.

 

 

Хайфа "Живая Вода" / Haifa

 
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