Kfar Saba

Cities in Israel

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




Kfar Saba

Kfar Saba. Photo: Netzah.org (c)

Kfar Saba is a city in the center of the country, in the southern part of the Sharon Valley.

Translation of the name "Kfar Saba" - "the village of the grandfather". This name is mentioned by Josephus Flavius ​​as the name of the Greek city located here.

Lands in this area were acquired in 1892 with the help of Edmond James de Rothschild. They were used for agricultural purposes.

In 1913, twelve first houses were built in Kfar Saba. In 1937 there were about 3000 settlers living here.

In 1962, Kfar Saba received the status of a city.

There are many gardens and plantations in Kfar Saba. The standard of living in the city is above the national average.

In the eastern part of the city there is an industrial zone.




Municipality:
Weizmann 135
Tel. 09-7649123

The National Insurance Institute of Israel ("Bituah Leumi"):
Derech ha-Sharon 12
Tel. *6050, 12226050

Israeli Employment Service ("Lishkat Taasuka"):
ha-Tahana 5
Tel. 09-7473800

The Ministry of Interior ("Misrad ha-Pnim"):
Weizmann 140
Tel. 09-7630200

Israel Tax Authority:
"Mas Ahnasa":
Chernihovsky 14
Tel. 09-7610111, 09-7610100, Fax. 09-7417373

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

Meir Hospital
Tel. 09-7472568, 09-7472312, 09-7471213



City streets and attractions near the city:


Winter in Kfar Saba

The old district of Kfar-Saba

Park in Kfar Saba

Kfar Saba. City Center

Kfar Saba. Memorial Garden



Kfar Saba
The distance
(in straight line):


to Jerusalem - 52 km
to Tel Aviv - 16 km
to Haifa - 72 km
to Beer Sheva - 102 km

  



Heb | Eng | Rus
About the city

City streets and attractions near the city:

Winter in Kfar Saba

The old district of Kfar-Saba

Park in Kfar Saba

Kfar Saba. City Center

Kfar Saba. Memorial Garden

Cities of Israel


Acre
Afula
Arad
Ariel
Ashdod
Ashkelon
Bat Yam
Beersheba
Beit Shean
Beit Shemesh
Beitar Illit
Bnei Brak
Dimona
Eilat
Elad
Givat Shmuel
Givatayim
Hadera
Haifa
Herzliya
Hod HaSharon
Holon
Jaffa
Jerusalem
Karmiel
Kiryat Arba
Kiryat Ata
Kiryat Bialik
Kiryat Gat
Kiryat Malakhi
Kiryat Motzkin
Kiryat Ono
Kiryat Shmona
Kiryat Tivon
Kiryat Yam


Kfar Saba
Lod
Maale Adumim
Maalot-Tarshiha
Metula
Migdal HaEmek
Modiin-Maccabim-Reut
Modiin Illit
Nahariya
Nazareth Illit
Nesher
Ness Ziona
Netanya
Netivot
Ofakim
Or Akiva
Or Yehuda
Petah Tikva
Raanana
Ramat Gan
Ramat HaSharon
Ramla
Rehovot
Rishon LeZion
Rosh HaAyin
Rosh Pina
Safed
Sderot
Tel Aviv
Tiberias
Tirat Carmel
Yavne
Yehud-Monosson
Yokneam
Zikhron Yaakov
"Jacob's Tents" - Homepage

Cities and Villages of Israel - full list

Cities of Israel

Local Councils of Israel

Regional Councils of Israel

Villages of Israel

Moshavim of Israel

Kibbutzim of Israel

Israeli Settlements in Judea and Samaria

Religious Cities and Villages of Israel

Distances between Cities and Villages

Directory of Israel

The National Insurance Institute of Israel
(Bituah Leumi)


Israeli Employment Service
(Lishkat Taasuka)


Israel Tax Authority
(Mas Ahnasa)


Banks in Israel

The Health Care System in Israel

Hospitals and Medical Centers in Israel

Universities in Israel

Public Transport in Israel

Israel Ministry of Tourism


Learn Hebrew




© Netzah.org