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Tel el Ful

 Peak situated on the National Watershed Line, partially covered in semi desert scrub and prickly burnet, including pits, ruins and water facility surrounded by a dense grove of conifers. Site features blooming anemone as well as Judean viper and other species. Ruins covered in vegetation typical to the area. Animals common to urban areas roam the site, especially birds. Pedestrian and vehicle access, parking available

Situated in the center of the Beit Hanina village. Access through Beit Hanina and Amihai Paglin Streets.
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