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Ramat Rachel Orchards (East)

Agricultural area with cherry and apple orchards. Old Mediterranean elm and almond trees scattered about create a pastoral setting. Partly fenced-in, the site is bound by roads and housing developments to the north and west. Asher Weiner Rd. cuts through it. To the south, there are olive orchards, and at the center, a monument looms high, attracting visitors to the site and to the surrounding observation points that provide lovely views of the valley. Rich biodiversity area with patches of typical Mediterranean shrubs including prickly burnet, Jerusalem sage, spiny alkanet, and red-stemmed figwort. Pedestrian access.

Urban Nature Survey Site No. 79.

Situated between Kibbutz Ramat Rachel and the Talpiot neighborhood.

Ramat Rachel, Talpiot
Nearby streets: Sur Baher Road and Gedud Ha’avoda St
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