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Nahalat Shiva

Nahalat Shiva. The main attractions at this site are the lesser kestrels and the common swifts that nest in the rooftops of buildings in this neighborhood and in other parts of the City Center. A worldwide endangered species, the lesser kestrel has adopted the tiled rooftops of Jerusalem as its nesting ground. The common swift, also a migratory bird, appears in Jerusalem annually in spring, nesting at the Western Wall and other parts of the Old City and its environs. The City Center is very low in vegetation. Some cliff vegetation is evident, with sparse growth on walls in the area. Pedestrian, car, public transportation and wheelchair access, parking facilities available.Urban Nature Survey Site No. 45.

Nahalat Shiva, City Center
Adjacent streets include Yoel Moshe Solomon, Nahlat Shiva and Shamai Streets.
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