Rosh HaAyin

Cities in Israel

"How goodly are your tents, O Jacob, your dwelling places, O Israel!"
(BaMidbar 24:5)




Rosh HaAyin

Rosh HaAyin, --. Photo:  Netzah.org (c)

Rosh HaAyin is a city in the center of Israel, close to Petah Tikva.

Its name is connected with its location - at the source of the Yarkon River.

Rosh HaAyin was founded in 1949.

The first inhabitants of the city were Jews from Yemen, who immigrated to Israel in 1949-50 during Operation "On Eagles' Wings".

In the 90s new areas were added to Rosh HaAyin. The city grew due to new immigrants from the CIS countries.

Rosh HaAyin received the status of the city in 1994.




Municipality:
Shilo 21
Tel. 03-9007272
The National Insurance Institute of Israel ("Bituah Leumi"):
Avoda 11
Tel. *6050, 12226050

Israeli Employment Service ("Lishkat Taasuka"):
Shlomo Mauda 15
Tel. 03-9382732, 03-9013834

Israel Ministry of Construction and Housing:
Tel. 03-7632777, 03-7632806


City streets and attractions near the city:


Antipatris



Rosh HaAyin
The distance
(in straight line):


to Jerusalem - 42 km
to Tel Aviv - 16 km
to Haifa - 80 km
to Beer Sheva - 94 km

  





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