• Issue: July 1969
  • Designer: M. & G. Shamir
  • Plate no.: 250 - 258
  • Method of printing: Photogravure

Founded in 1891, Haderah has developed from a swampy stretch of land into a modern industrialized town in the southern Sharon region of Israel. The town's emblem features a eucalyptus tree, which was used to help drain the swamps of the settlement, outstanding buildings in the town, and symbols of agriculture and shipping. See also Haderah Centenary.

Just south of Tel Aviv-Yafo, Holon's first neighborhood was founded in 1936. This became one of a cluster of neighborhoods along the Mediterranean shore, all included in the municipality of Holon.

Bat Yam
Originally called Bayit va-Gan, Bat Yam is located south of Yafo. It was founded in 1926 and became well known for its beach on the Mediterranean coast.

In 1942 five suburbs east of Tel Aviv were combined into the township of Givatayim. It has become a desirable location for commuters to Tel Aviv and its environs.

Netanyah was founded in 1929 as an agricultural settlement in the Sharon Plain, on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It then developed into a popular seaside resort and a center of industry and business for the region. For more on Netanyah see Netanyah 76 – Souvenir Sheet and Landscapes of Israel; Netanyah.

Ramat Gan
In 1921 the town of Ramat Gan was founded near Tel Aviv. It has since developed into one of Israel's leading centers for business and industry. It also includes the expansive National Park and other areas of recreation.

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