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Bible Hill

 A spectacular botanical site in the heart of the city. The last uncultivated exposed hillock in the Center of Town. The site is small in size, but impressive in terms of the large variety of wildlife and flora. Sparse shrublands on rocky ground and exposed rock. The hill has impressive concentrations of geophytes in fall, winter and spring that render it one of the most unique blossom sites in the city. Due to its position on the National Watershed Line, and despite its relatively small size and central location, the site attracts a wide variety of bird species. Pedestrian, car, and public transportation access. Parking facilities available.
Urban Nature Survey Site No. 50

Mishkenot Sha'ananim
Near the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, and Khan Theater. Adjacent streets include Hebron Road and David Remez.
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