Yardena

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Yardena
יַרְדֵּנָה
Yardena is located in Israel
Yardena
Yardena
Coordinates: 32°34′0.11″N 35°33′49.68″E / 32.5666972°N 35.5638000°E / 32.5666972; 35.5638000Coordinates: 32°34′0.11″N 35°33′49.68″E / 32.5666972°N 35.5638000°E / 32.5666972; 35.5638000
Council Valley of Springs
Region Beit She'an Valley
Founded 1952
Founded by Immigrants from Kurdistan
Name meaning Jordana

Yardena (Hebrew: יַרְדֵּנָה) is a moshav in the Beit She'an Valley in northern Israel. It is located about 8 miles north of Beit She'an, adjacent to Beit Yosef. It belongs to the Valley of Springs Regional Council.

Yardena was founded in 1952 by immigrants to Israel from Kurdistan. It is named "Yardena" because of its proximity to the Jordan River, which is called the Yarden river in Hebrew.

Yardena is also a Hebrew name