Hadera, Haifa District, Israel

🇮🇱 Hadera is a city located in the Haifa District of Israel, in the northern Sharon region, approximately 45 km from the major cities of Tel Aviv and Haifa. The city is located along 7 km of the Israeli Mediterranean Coastal Plain. The city's population includes a high proportion of immigrants arriving since 1990, notably from Ethiopia and the former Soviet Union. Neighborhoods of Hadera include Givat Olga, Beit Eliezer, Kfar Brandeis, Haotzar, Hephzibah, Neve Haim, Nissan, Ephraim, Bilu, Klarin, Nahaliel, Shimshon, Shlomo, Pe'er, Bialik, Beitar and The Park. Hadera lies along two main Israel Railways lines: the Coastal Line and the nowadays freight-only Eastern Line. The city's railway station is located in the west of the city and is on the Tel Aviv suburban line which runs between Binyamina and Ashkelon. The city centre of Hadera is located near Israel's two main north–south highways; Highway 2, linking Tel Aviv to Haifa, and Highway 4. This made Hadera an important junction for all coastal bus transportation after 1948 and into the 1950s.

Economy Hadera Paper, established in 1953, continues to be a major employer in the city. The world's largest desalination plant of its type, was inaugurated in December 2009. Hadera is the location of the Orot Rabin Power Plant, Israel's largest power station.

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Hadera has a population of over 97,335 people. Hadera also forms one of the centres of the wider Haifa District which has a population of over 996,300 people.

Twin Towns – Sister Cities Hadera is twinned with: 🇫🇷 Besançon, France; 🇺🇸 Big Spring, United States; 🇺🇸 Charlotte, United States; 🇷🇺 Derbent, Russia; 🇺🇸 El Paso, United States; 🇩🇪 Nuremberg, Germany; 🇨🇳 Rizhao, China; 🇵🇹 Tomar, Portugal.

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