Ma'agalim

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Ma'agalim
מַעְגָלִים
Ma'agalim is located in Israel
Ma'agalim
Ma'agalim
Coordinates: 31°23′48.11″N 34°35′55.67″E / 31.3966972°N 34.5987972°E / 31.3966972; 34.5987972Coordinates: 31°23′48.11″N 34°35′55.67″E / 31.3966972°N 34.5987972°E / 31.3966972; 34.5987972
Council Sdot Negev
Region North-western Negev
Founded 1958

Ma'agalim (Hebrew: מַעְגָלִים, lit. Paths) is a national-religious communal settlement in southern Israel. Located south of Netivot, it falls under the jurisdiction of Sdot Negev Regional Council. In 2007 it had 350 families, making up a population of 1,500.

The village was established in 1958 and its name was taken from the Book of Psalms 65:11;

Thou crownest the year with Thy goodness; and Thy paths drop fatness.;