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Pardesiya
Pardesiya COA
District Center
Government Local council (from 1952)
Hebrew פַּרְדֵּסִיָּה
Name meaning Orchard place
Population 6,200 (2007)
Area 1273 dunams (1.273 km2; 0.492 sq mi)
Head of municipality Yitzhak Yemini
Founded in 1837
Coordinates 32°18′10.03″N 34°54′39.41″E / 32.3027861°N 34.9109472°E / 32.3027861; 34.9109472Coordinates: 32°18′10.03″N 34°54′39.41″E / 32.3027861°N 34.9109472°E / 32.3027861; 34.9109472

Pardesiya (Hebrew: פַּרְדֵּסִיָּה‎) is a town (local council) in the Center District of Israel. It is located on the Sharon plain, between Kfar Yona and the Lev HaSharon Regional Council. It was founded between 1937 and 1939.[1] Its population in 2007 was 6,200,[2] and its jurisdiction is 1,273 dunams (~1.3 km2)[3]

History

The lands of Pardesiya were purchased in 1928 by Jean-Yona Fisher, but remained unused. In 1937, Avraham Tabib of the Yemenite olim organization asked its members to come to the land to build a village, promising cheap land.[4] Twenty families came and in 1939 completed the construction. During World War II, the villagers found themselves unemployed and unable to pay taxes for their housing. The residents managed to settle the issue with the Jewish Agency for Israel and coninued living in the village. After the war, a new neighborhood was built, as well as a ma'abara to absorb new immigrants. Pardesiya gained local council status in 1952.[1]

Geography and location

Pardesiya is located on the Sharon plain, bordering Kfar Yona on the east and Tzur Moshe of the Lev HaSharon Regional Council. Highway 4 borders the town to the west, and Road 5613 to the south. Its elevation is 35 m above sea level.[5]

Demographics

In 2005, the population of Har Adar was 99.5% Jewish, with an additional 0.5% being other non-Arabs. Out of the 3,100 residents, 3,000 were men, and 1,100 women.[3] The age distribution was as follows:

Age0 - 45 - 910 - 1415 - 1920 - 2930 - 4445 - 5960 - 6465 - 7475+
Percentage 5.98.411.311.816.917.223.82.01.51.2
Source: Israel Central Bureau of Statistics[3]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 HaReuveni, Immanuel (1999). Lexicon of the Land of Israel. Miskal - Yedioth Ahronoth Books and Chemed Books. pp. 799–800. ISBN 965-448-413-7.  (Hebrew)
  2. "Table 3 - Population of Localities Numbering Above 1,000 Residents and Other Rural Population". Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. 2007-12-31. http://www.cbs.gov.il/population/new_2009/table3.pdf. Retrieved 2008-05-21. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Local Authorities in Israel 2005, Publication #1295 - Municipality Profiles - Pardesiya". Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. http://www.cbs.gov.il/publications/local_authorities2005/pdf/617_0171.pdf. Retrieved 2008-05-22.  (Hebrew)
  4. "History of Pardesiya". Pardesiya Municipality. http://www.pardesia.muni.il/history/history.asp. Retrieved 2008-11-23.  (Hebrew)
  5. Vilnai, Ze'ev (1979). "Pardesiya". Ariel Encyclopedia. Volume 7. Tel Aviv, Israel: Am Oved. pp. 6132.  (Hebrew)

External links

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