Sharon sons inaugurate new site at Ariel Sharon Park

The news visitors center at the former site of the former Hiriya garbage dump is in the middle of the TA metro area.

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February 18, 2014 18:53
Sharon brothers at Ariel Sharon Park, February 18, 2014.

Sharon brothers at Ariel Sharon Park, February 18, 2014. . (photo credit: NIV MUSMAN)

 
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Following three years of restoration work on the site, officials inaugurated Ariel Sharon Park's new Mitcham Lev HaHar visitors center, in the presence of Environmental Minsiter Amir Peretz and Omri and Gilad Sharon.

The center features a multimedia exhibit depicting the history of the former garbage dump, and nearby is a new ecological lake, walking trails and a 500-seat amphitheater.
After the inauguration ceremony, the Sharon sons – and Omri's daughter Aya – planted two trees specially brought to the park from their late father's Sycamore Ranch.


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