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Sde Warburg

Coordinates: 32°12′13″N 34°54′26″E / 32.20361°N 34.90722°E / 32.20361; 34.90722 Sde Warburg (Hebrew: שְׂדֵה וַרְבּוּרְג) is a moshav shitufi in the Center District of Israel, established in 1938 as a Tower and stockade by immigrants from Germany. Part of the Drom HaSharon Regional Council, the moshav is located to the north of Kfar Saba.

It is named after Botanist and Zionist leader Otto Warburg.

Guinness world records

Sde Warburg held the Guinness World Record for the largest lettuce salad, weighing 10,260 kg. The event, held on 10 November 2007, was part of the 70th anniversary celebration of the founding of the moshav. The salad was sold to participants and onlookers alike for 10 NIS per bowl, raising 100,000 NIS (over $25,000) to benefit Doron Almog, Chairman of Aleh Negev was present to accept the donation and commended the residents, who had grown the lettuce and prepared the salad on the moshav. The volunteer effort to prepare the salad itself took all day and most of the residents participated ranging from many of the original founders of the moshav to young children.

External links

  • Sde Warburg site
  • Sde Warburg site too
  • Sde Warburg youth site

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