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Musrara Neighborhood

The Musrara Neighborhood. Rooftops in this oldneighborhood serve as significant nesting grounds for colonies of birds such as the red kestrel, swifts, and crows. Similar to the Old City, local cliff vegetation grows commonly on the walls of buildings in the area. Common plants include snapdragon, golden euphoria, oriental succulents and Judean nettle. The main natural attraction at this site is the lesser kestrel, a unique endangered species worldwide that nests locally in the neighborhood’s tiled roof tops while foraging on Mediterranean bush in the remaining open areas north and east of the city. Pedestrian, car, public transportation and wheelchair access, parking facilities available.Urban Nature Survey Site No. 44.

Near Mea Shearim and the Russian Compound. Adjacent streets include The Street of the Prophets, Shivtei Yisrael and Cheil Hahandasa.
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