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Rommema East

  Small, uncultivated open area, with remnants of natural Mediterranean vegetation, including thickets providing shelter and refuge for different bird species. The area is currently neglected but has potential for development and restoration of its natural infrastructure. Plants include thistle, some invasive species, and remnants of lentisk (mastic trees). Song birds common to urban areas inhabit the site. Pedestrian, car and public transportation access, parking facilities available

Situated between Kiryat Sanz and Golda Meir Blvd., near Ohel Yehoshua St
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