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Binyamina-Giv'at Ada
District Haifa
Government Local council
Hebrew בנימינה-גבעת עדה
Population 10,200
Head of municipality Ori Disatnik
Founded in 2003 - merger
Coordinates 32°31′20″N 34°56′42″E / 32.52222°N 34.945°E / 32.52222; 34.945Coordinates: 32°31′20″N 34°56′42″E / 32.52222°N 34.945°E / 32.52222; 34.945

Binyamina-Giv'at Ada is a (local council) in the Haifa District of Israel. It is the result of the 2003 merger between the two local councils of Binyamina and Giv'at Ada.

According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), the population of Binyamina-Giv'at Ada was 9,800 at the end of 2004.[1] The immigrant population[1] numbered approximately 500. Two Samaritan families from Holon reside in the town.

The town is known for its production of wine and honey and was also the birthplace of the late Israeli songwriter Ehud Manor and Israel's current Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. It is also home to one of Israel's major train stations, with three passenger platforms.

Notes

  1. Those who immigrated to Israel after 1990 are considered immigrants, regardless of origin, religion or status.
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Coordinates: 32°31′20″N 34°56′42″E / 32.52222°N 34.945°E / 32.52222; 34.945


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