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  1. Kfar Saba (en hebreo: כְּפַר סָבָא; en árabe: كفر سابا) es una ciudad del Distrito Central de Israel . Historia. Kfar Saba (antigua Cafarsaba) fue un importante asentamiento perteneciente a la tribu de Efraín, en el sur del Sharon durante el período del Segundo templo .

  2. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kfar_SabaKfar Saba - Wikipedia

    Kfar Saba (Hebrew: כְּפַר סָבָא [kfaʁˈsaba]), officially Kfar Sava [kfaʁ saˈva], is a city in the Sharon region, of the Central District of Israel. In 2019 it had a population of 110,456, making it the 16th-largest city in Israel. The population of Kfar Saba is nearly entirely Jewish.

  3. Kfar Saba was a place of refuge during World War I for roughly a thousand residents of Jaffa and Tel Aviv who were expelled by the Turkish. These refugees had to live in stables, tents and endure many hardships.

  4. Kfar Saba (en hebreo: כְּפַר סָבָא‎; en árabe: كفر سابا) es una ciudad del Distrito Central de Israel. Historia. Kfar Saba (antigua Cafarsaba) fue un importante asentamiento perteneciente a la tribu de Efraín, en el sur del Sharon durante el período del Segundo templo.

  5. Kfar Saba (antigua Cafarsaba) fue un importante asentamiento perteneciente a la tribu de Efraín, en el sur del Sharon durante el período del Segundo templo.

  6. 101israel.com › kefar-sava-כְּפַר-סָבָאKafar Sava | Israel

    Kefar Sava is located in the Sharon region of the Central District of Israel north of Petah Tikva and east of Rananna. In 2015 its population was 96,922. Kfar Saba is a mid-size city in terms of with a diverse population and a rich community life.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kafr_SabaKafr Saba - Wikipedia

    Kafr Saba ( Arabic: كفر سابا) was a Muslim village famous for its shrine dating to the Mamluk period and for a history stretching back for two millennia. [6] [7] In Roman times, it was called Capharsaba and was an important town in Palestine. [8] By around 1000, it was noted as a village with a mosque. [9]