Dimona


Dimona
   A development town in the central Negev with a population of 34,000 in 2005. Founded in 1955, its name is derived from the book of Joshua in the Bible. It has become a center for textile and other manufacturing activities. Israel, with French technical assistance, established a uranium/heavy water nuclear reactor in Dimona in 1964.

Historical Dictionary of Israel. .

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  • Dimona — Hebrew transcription(s)  – Hebrew דִּימוֹנָה  – ISO 259 Dimona Arabic  …   Wikipedia

  • Dimona — Basisdaten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dimona — (he) דימונה Données générales Pays …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Dimona — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Dimona דִּימוֹנָה Hebreo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Dimona — Dimonạ,   planmäßig angelegte Stadt (gegründet 1955) im nördlichen Negev, Israel, 27 700 Einwohner; Textilfachschule und Textilfabriken, Metallverarbeitung, Strumpffabrik; Kernforschungsinstitut mit Kernkraftwerk (14 MW). In der Nähe (Oron)… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • DIMONA — civitas in tribu Iudae. Ios. c. 15. v. 22 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Dimona — ▪ Israel       town of the Negev, southern Israel, on the main highway from Beersheba (Beʾer Shevaʿ) to Sedom (Sodom). It is named for the biblical city of Dimonah, mentioned (Joshua 15:21–22) as “belonging to…Judah in the extreme South.”… …   Universalium

  • Dimona — Original name in latin Dimona Name in other language Dimona, Domona, dymwnh, Димона State code IL Continent/City Asia/Jerusalem longitude 31.07127 latitude 35.0337 altitude 555 Population 33558 Date 2012 12 05 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Dimona — n. city located in the Negev region of Israel …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Dimona Railway Station — (Hebrew: תחנת הרכבת דימונה‎, Takhanat HaRakevet Dimona) is a train station in Dimona, Israel opened in 2005. It is a 35km line between Dimona and Beersheba. It is a separate operating line within Israel Railways. The actual track carries on… …   Wikipedia


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