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Gan Hashoshanim (Rose Garden)
Talbiya, Between Liberty Bell Park and the Moon Grove, close to Dubnov and Pinsker Streets
A small beautifully landscaped public garden with mature trees, cultured plants, and an impressive array of rose bushes.
Along the abandoned Turkish railroad track in Jerusalem, from the Old Train Station near Bethlehem Road, in the Talbieh neighborhood, all the way to Malcha
An integral part of the city’s urban nature and open spaces infrastructure
Liberty Bell Park
German Colony, Near Derekh Beit Lehem, King David, Jabotinsky and Keren HaYesod Streets.
Centrally located urban park with rich vegetation.
Ramat Dania, Kiryat Yovel, Between neighborhoods. Streets near: Eliyahu Golomb, a. Gelber, ginger.
Landscaped park with an ancient olive grove integrated alongside intensive gardening. Site survey number 126 Urban Nature infrastructure
City Center, Adjacent streets include Yitzhak Rabin and Ben-Zvi Boulevards.
Large public park in the heart of the city
Sanhedrin Caves Park
Sanhedria, Entrance from Sanhedrin St.
Man made forest featuring an impressive collection of ancient burial caves. Urban Nature Survey Site No 37
Kiryat Yovel, South of the city, near Biblical Zoo. Streets near: through the torch, Elazar Stern Street.
Park long narrow river route damper with intensive gardening. Site survey number 128 Urban Nature infrastructure
San Simon Park
Old Katamon. Streets near: Shai Agnon, Bnei Batria
Public garden with a grove of veteran Maronites. Site number 85 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
Har Nof, Center of the neighborhood, near the street Rabbi Raziel Katzenellenbogen.
Public garden with a pond, natural areas and developed spaces. Site survey number 105 Urban Nature infrastructure
Wohl Rose Garden
Kiryat HaLe'um, Opposite the Knesset and Government Hill, close to the Hebrew University Givat Ram Campus. Adjacent streets include Kaplan and Rothschild Blvd.
Public garden with well tended complex of expansive open areas. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 64.