Hulda Things to Do
Grave of Ephrayim Chiswick and the Avoda and Hagannah Memorial which was sculpted by Batya Lishinski.
In 1908, First pioneers ,planted olive grove in this area, in honor to Dr. Herzl, and established an agricultural training center where new groups of farmers were instructed. They lived in quarters named "The Herzl House". Herzl never lived here :-) .....
The Jewish settlers at Hulda were forced to overcome many troubles. During the summer of 1929, Arabs from surrounding villages, attacked the settlement . Despite the arrival of "Hashomer" reinforcements, the farm was abandoned on British orders, after a long fierce battle.
This stone building, recently re-opened as a small museum.
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