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Binyanei Hauma - Jerusalem International Convention Center (ICC)
Zalman Shazar Blvd. Near the entrance to the city from Hwy 1.
Jerusalem's primary convention center and cultural venue.
13 Heleni Hamalka St., Russian Compound
Historic Structure, orignially built as an inn for Russian pilgrims in 1890. Temporarily closed to the public.
Notre Dame de France Monastery
3 Hatzanhanim Rd., opposite the Old City
One ofthe most impressive French buildings in Jerusalem, the Notre Dame de France Monastery was built by French Catholic monks in 1888.
The Old Train Station on Emek Refaim
David Remez Street
One of the few public buildings were built in Jerusalem during the Ottoman period
The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel
24 Derekh Hevron
Incorporation of bodies and civil society organizations that work together to improve the urban environment
Bikes for Jerusalem
137 Jaffa Street, Jerusalem
Organization working for the promotion of transport and bike culture in the city.
Active cells at the Hebrew University, David Yellin College, and at Hadassah College
An organization that promotes environmental change through activism and leadership development based on environmental and student volunteers
Forum of Organizations for Jerusalem Forest
The organization's goal to save what little is left from the Jerusalem Forest.
48 Yehuda HaLevi Street, Tel Aviv
This organization works to promote environmental issues, public health and environmental justice.