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Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Near the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, and Khan Theater. Adjacent streets include Hebron Road and David Remez.
A spectacular botanical site in the heart of the city and the last uncultivated exposed hillock in the center of town.
Botanical Gardens at Givat Ram
Givat Ram, Adjacent to the Nayot interchange and the Hebrew University Givat Ram Campus. Nearby streets include Bezalel Bezeq and Yehuda Burla.
One of Jerusalem’s two major botanical gardens, with cultivated plants representing habitats from all areas of the world. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 68.
Botanical Gardens at Mount Scopus
Mount Scopus, At the Hebrew University campus adjacent to Churchill St
A kind of museum about the ecology of Israel, its landscapes and different climate zones.Urban Nature Survey Site No. 13
Cairn genes Ein Kerem
Ir Ganim, Saifun street near the dandelion.
Cairn built, carried and prominent scattered around and around the ancient agricultural installations. Site survey number 144 Urban Nature infrastructure
Kiryat Yovel, Ein Kerem, Between the two neighborhoods, near the Swedish village. Streets near: Henrietta Szold, Ein Kerem, via Carmit.
Area rich and varied riverbed. Site survey number 119 Urban Nature infrastructure
Domain Autumn Crocuses in Safafa
Beit Tzafafa, North of the neighborhood, near the parking lot Egged and Givat plane. Street near Moshe Baram.
Open space where there are the remains of the last Helmonit rare geophytes. Site number 87 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
Streets nearby: Sderot Herzl, Memory.
Cemetery mature trees and landscaped with diverse cultural grows. Site survey number 114 Urban Nature infrastructure
Hill Fourth and Mar Elias
South East Jerusalem, Hebron Road near the meeting and Shmuel Meir Blvd.
Hill rising edge of town. Site number 93 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
Hirbat Beit Kika
Ramot, Near Tzundak Street in Ramot
Archeological site with remnants of groves and orchard, batha, and wall vegetation. Urban Nature site No 151.
Beit HaKerem, Streets near: pioneer, carves, Sderot Menachem Begin.
Large fallow herbaceous vegetation and mature trees. Site infrastructure 109 for urban wildlife survey