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Holon

(hōlôn`), city (1994 pop. 163,700), W central Israel. Manufactures include textiles, metal and leather goods, processed foods, furniture, glassware, plastics, and construction materials. Holon was founded in 1940 with the merger of several residential neighborhoods.

Holon

 

a city in Israel, a southern suburb of Tel Aviv. Population, 114,000 (1975). Holon produces textiles, leather goods, and metal goods. The city has a cottage industry that produces silver articles.

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