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English: The coat of arms of the Municipality of Beersheba. The COA shows Abraham's tamarisk, and the moto is taken from Genesis 21:33 "(And Abraham) planted a tamarisk-tree in Beer-sheba..."
עברית: סמל העיר באר שבע. הסמל מציג את אשל אברהם, והמוטו הוא ציטוט מספר בראשית פרק כ"א פסוג ל"ג.
العربية: شعار مدينة بئر السبع. يعرض الشعار إثل إبراهيم واقتباساً عن سفر التكوين (الإصحاح ال-21، 33): "وغرس (إبراهيم) أثلاً في بئر سبع".
Date Created in 1972, approved in December 1973. Uploaded 7 September 2008
Author Designed by חזי מור. Prepared and uploaded by Drork
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