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Be'er Tuvia (Israel)

Mo'atza Ezorit Be'er Tuvia, Regional Council Be'er Tuvia

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[Regional Council of Be'er Tuvia (Israel)]
image by Dov Gutterman | 2:3
Emblem adopted 31st May 1962

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Regional Council Be'er Tuvia (meaning Tuvia's well) is situated on the south shore plain in the area of Qiryat Mal'akhi. City hall is right across the road of Qiriat Malachi. Est. 1950. Pop. 14,000. The municipal flag is green with a yellow emblem, showing an old well and two ears. The municipal emblem was published in the official gazette (Rashumot, Yalkut ha-Pirsumim), YP 934, 31 May 1962.
Source: author's own observation, 29 September 2001.
Dov Gutterman
, 8 October 2001

Regional Council Be'er Tuvia is named after a settlement of same name, the oldest of the council's settlements, which established in 1887, ruined in 1929 and renewed in 1930. The council governs 22 settlements as well as four industrial zones, agriculture school and few ranches.
The emblem include an old well (be'er = well) surrounded with two ears.
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Dov Gutterman, 9 April 2005

Translated from <>: "The emblem was designed in combinations of cow horns. Growing cattle is a major agriculture branch in this region. The ears represent the wheat which is produced by our soil. The well represent the wells that were found in the region."
Dov Gutterman, 19 June 2007

The Emblem

[Regional Council of Be'er Tuvia (Israel)]
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