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Shoham COA
District Center
Government Local council (from 1993)
Hebrew שֹׁהַם, שוהם
Arabic شوهم
Population 20,200 (2008)
Area 5889 dunams (5.889 km2; 2.274 sq mi)
Head of municipality Gil Livneh
Coordinates 31°59′48″N 34°56′34″E / 31.99667°N 34.94278°E / 31.99667; 34.94278Coordinates: 31°59′48″N 34°56′34″E / 31.99667°N 34.94278°E / 31.99667; 34.94278

Shoham (Hebrew: שֹׁהַם‎, lit. onyx) is a town (local council) in the Center District of Israel.

According to the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), Shoham's population in the end of 2007 was 19,400.[1] Its jurisdiction is 5,889 dunams (~5.9 km²).[2]

Shoham's current Head of Council is Gil Livneh. Shoham is one of Israel's most developed municipalities, with a high standard of living. Shoham has various elementary schools, and a central high school. Many parks and areas of recreation enhance the overall look of the municipality.


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