Category:Beit Kama

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English: Beit Kama (, lit. House of Cereal) is a kibbutz in the northern Negev desert in Israel. It is under the jurisdiction of Bnei Shimon Regional Council.
עברית: בית קמה הוא קיבוץ מזרם הקיבוץ הארצי במועצה אזורית בני שמעון שעלה על הקרקע בשנת 1949 על ידי עולים מהונגריה ופולין.


Beit Kama (fr); Beit Kama (pl); בית קמה (he); Beit Kama (nl); Бейт-Кама (ru); Bet Kama (de); Beit Kama (en); Bejt Kama (cs); Beit Kama (nn) মানববসতি (bn); kibboutz (fr); kibuc w Izraelu (pl); קיבוץ במרכז הנגב הצפוני (he); nederzetting in Israël (nl); human settlement in Israel (en-ca); vendbanim (sq); Siedlung in Israel (de); human settlement in Israel (en-gb); human settlement (en); مستوطنة بشرية (ar); vesnice v Izraeli (cs); áit lonnaithe (ga) Bet Qama, Beit Kama (cs); Bet Qama (pl)
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Instance ofhuman settlement,
kibbutz
Location Bnei Shimon Regional Council, Beersheba Subdistrict, Southern District, Israel
Inception
  • 1949
Population
  • 1,356 (2015)
Elevation above sea level
  • 240 m
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31° 26′ 44.12″ N, 34° 45′ 37.96″ E
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