|Founded by||Hungarian Holocaust survivors|
Nir Galim (Hebrew: נִיר גַּלִּים, lit. Waves Meadow) is a religious moshav shitufi in south-central Israel, adjacent to the city of Ashdod. Located in the southern coastal plain, it falls under the jurisdiction of Hevel Yavne Regional Council. In 2015 it had a population of 1,395.7
The village was established in 1949, and was initially called Nir VeGal (Hebrew: ניר וגל, lit. Meadow and Wave). The founders were Holocaust survivors from Hungary and Central Europe, including set of twins who survived Josef Mengele's experiments.
The Testimony House for the Heritage of the Holocaust was established on the moshav in 2009.
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