Kfar Saba

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8.htm’>personalized with big size labels. Order more than US$400 personalized crocheted kippot and you will receive free express transport and a free gift.

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? The crocheting of this kippa is very time consuming due to its special and intricate design.

About the name of this kippah - Kfar Saba
Kfar Saba (‘Grandfather’s Village’ or ‘Saba’s Village’), is a city in the Sharon region, of the Center District of Israel. The land on which the city of Kfar Saba is now located was bought in 1892 by a group of Jewish Zionist settlers, who then offered it for sale to individuals. The acquisition turned out to be unsuccessful, as the land was located in a desolate, neglected area far from any other Jewish settlement. The land was finally purchased in 1896 by Baron Edmond James de Rothschild.

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