In which country would you find a kibbutz?
It is found in Israel.
A kibbutz is a collective community of people who all live close together in their own "town". These are found in Israel. The word "kibbutz" is Hebrew for 'gathering' or 'clustering.' This should not be confused with a moshav, which is a similar Israeli town or settlement. A kibbutz, however, tends to be more collective and community-like than a moshav.
A kibbutz is a sort of collectively-run farm or commune, with many situated throughout Israel. Organised along more-or-less communist (with a lower case c, as opposed to Communist or Marxist), they were previously very popular among non-Jewish young people in Europe and America who would frequently take a year or two out from their education to work on a kibbutz but are less so now, partially as a result of the changes in popular opinion…
The Kibbutz was a group of people that set up a farming community where they shared the harvests and relied on each others skills to make their living. this stile of living depended very much on strong communal ties and involvement, Find out more about this go to the related link(Kibbutz From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) below