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The neighbourhood is full of typical houses from the period of liquidation of the temporary housing. The neighborhood initially included 1,600 housing units. The population in the neighborhood is mixed, and today there are immigrants from Ethiopia, immigrants from the former Soviet Union and veteran residents. In the past, the Sprinzak elementary school operated in the neighborhood, but it was closed in 2003 due to a lack of students and a poor level of education. Today the neighborhood served by Ein Hayam elementary school, which also includes a class for children with PDD.
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