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The Jerusalem Peace Forest

   Urban Nature Survey Site No 73. Surrounded by the neighborhoods of Abu-Tor and Talpiot on the one side, and KhirbetBeit Sahourand the Old City of Jerusalem on the other side, the Jerusalem Peace Forest links the city's eastern and western parts, thus marking its unification at the end of the Six Day War. The forest's name symbolizes the hope for peace and brotherhood among the city's residents. Adjacent streets include Hanoch Albeck and Naomi. Planted pine tree forest with conifers and Mediterranean scrub, near the Sherover Promenade. The forest area is made up of three main valleys and two tributaries. The ground is covered with prickly burnet and other desert shrubs, including old orchards and grove trees. Animals common to urban areas roam the site, especially song birds. Pedestrian, car and public transportation access, parking facilities available.

Armon HaNetziv, Abu Tor
Surrounded by the neighborhoods of Abu-Tor and Talpiot on the one side, and KhirbetBeit Sahourand the Old City of Jerusalem on the other side.
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