Following the founders’ trail

A tour of some of Kfar Saba’s historical sites.

July 9, 2014 15:03
Kfar Saba

British soldiers enjoying Café Fiedler. (photo credit: COURTESY KFAR SABA MUSEUM)

Kfar Saba is a city with a strong sense of history. Although the original settlement was destroyed in World War I, it was reestablished in 1922 and became the thriving town of today, reaching a population of 100,000 in a little over 90 years.

That feeling for history is expressed in a venture that was established about five years ago at the instigation of the Kfar Saba Archeological Museum and its curator Yardena Wiesenberg. The Shvil Harishonim or Founders’ Trail is a collection of 10 historic sites around the town, each telling a part of the story of Kfar Saba’s origin.


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