Petah Tiqwa

Petah Tiqwa (in Hebrew: פתח תקווה, in Arabic: بتاح تكفا, also written: Petah Tikva) is the fifth largest city in Israel, also being called "Em Ha'moshavot" (first colony).

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Petah Tiqwa Website
The official website of the Petah Tiqwa Municipality - online services, property taxes, education, information for tourists and more.

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Petah Tikva
Petah Tikva also known as Em HaMoshavot is a city in the Central District of Israel, 10.6 km (6.6 mi) east of Tel Aviv. It was founded in 1878, ...
Petah Tikva - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...
Petah Tikva (Hebrew: פתח תקווה, Arabic: بتاح تكفا , meaning opening of hope; other spellings: Petah Tiqwa (official) and Petach Tikvah (unofficial)) is a ...
Petaḥ Tiqwa | Modern City, Central Israel, Tel Aviv District
Dec 31, 2023 — Petaḥ Tiqwa, city, west-central Israel, on the Plain of Sharon, east-northeast of Tel Aviv-Yafo and part of that city's metropolitan area.
Geography of Israel: Petah Tikvah
The name of this city, located east of Tel Aviv means “Gateway to Hope.” Religious Jews from Jerusalem established Petah Tikva on November 3, 1878.
Welcome to Petah Tiqwa... or is it Petah Tikvah?
Jul 2, 2006 — A law passed in December authorized the transportation minister to draft new rules for transliterating Hebrew place names.

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  1. Petah Tiqwa Municipality Website - Petah-Tikva.Muni.IL/EN



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