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Even Yehuda (Hebrew: אֶבֶן יְהוּדָה) is a town in the central Sharon region of Israel east of Netanya.

Population: 9,282

Latitude: 32° 16' 10.52" N
Longitude: 34° 53' 15.32" E

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