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Hadasa Extension

Space sparsely planted pines, and various orchard trees. Natural vegetation is Mediterranean - Eastern characteristic and rich. From wild trees, oak appears here relatively frequently to other sites in the city. Expected natural surface quality on the outskirts, on a variety of mammals, songbirds, reptiles and insects. A hunter of Hwiai. In the hospital itself, the only nesting site of platelet Jerusalem Mountains (decreasing in recent years). The site is accessible pedestrians and vehicles - there is parking.

Slopes that descend from the Hadassah Ein Kerem north and west. Adjacent to Highway 396, Highway 395.
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