Kfar Tzvi Sitrin

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Kfar Tzvi Sitrin
כפר צבי סיטרין
Kfar Tzvi Sitrin is located in Israel
Kfar Tzvi Sitrin
Kfar Tzvi Sitrin
Coordinates: 32°43′9.41″N 34°58′9.26″E / 32.7192806°N 34.9692389°E / 32.7192806; 34.9692389Coordinates: 32°43′9.41″N 34°58′9.26″E / 32.7192806°N 34.9692389°E / 32.7192806; 34.9692389
District Haifa
Council Hof HaCarmel
Founded 1953
Population (2016)[1] 252

Kfar Tzvi Sitrin (Hebrew: כפר צבי סיטרין‬, lit. Zvi Sitrin Village), also known as Beit Tzvi (Hebrew: בֵּית צְבִי‬, lit. Zvi House) is a technological college and village in northern Israel. Located near Highway 4, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hof HaCarmel Regional Council. In 2016 it had a population of 252.[1]

History[edit]

The village was established in 1953 as a professional religious school, and was named after Zvi Sitrin, a leader of Hapoel HaMizrachi in the United States. In the following years, the area was bought by Lev Leviev, and was used as a school and yeshiva named "Or Avner" after Leviev's father.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "List of localities, in Alphabetical order" (PDF). Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved September 26, 2017.