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The Old City
Old City, Nearby streets: Hativat Yerushalyaim, Derekc HaOfel, Sultan Suleiman, Cheil HaHandasah.
The high density and ancient structures of the Old City served to preserve a diversity of natural systems. Urban Nature site No. 41
Soreq River (Upstream)
Ramot Polin, Ramot Alon, Adjacent streets: Harry Truman, Ramot Blvd., Harav Zaritzky.
Large natural open ensemble. Urban Nature Survey Site No 32
Ramat Shlomo Promenade
Romema, Me'ana Simcha Street
High promenade overlooking Route 4 from the top and the natural forest area of Ramot neighborhood
Mt. Zion (Har Zion)
Old City, Mount Zion, Outside of the Old City Walls near Hativat Yerushalayim Street
The natural elements at the site are primarily mature trees and ornamental gardens. Urban Nature site No. 42.
Mt. Scopus North
Mount Scopus, Situated on the Hadassah Hospital compound. Adjacent streets: Lochamei Hagetaot and Aharon Katzir
Planted pines, open spaces. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 10.
Mt. Scopus East Scrublands
Mount Scopus, Situated on the western slopes of the Mount, near Sayeret Har Hatzofim Blvd. and Martin Buber St.
Large and significant natural ensemble. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 15
Augusta Victoria Grove
Mount of Olives, Near Mount Scopus and the Tzurim Valley, near Martin Buber St.
Large grove of veteran pine trees at the top of the Mount of Olives. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 16
Armon HaNetziv Promenade (Sherover, Hass, Goldman)
Armon HaNetziv, Abu Tor, Between the Armon Hanatziv (East Talpiot) and the Abu Tor neighborhoods. Adjacent streets include Daniel Yanofsky and Hanoch Albeck.
Beautifully landscaped promenade with an abundance of local species. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 72.
Armon Hanatziv Ridge
Armon HaNetziv, East Talpiot, Adjacent to the UN Headquarters and the East Talpiot neighborhood. Nearby streets include Alar, Avshalom Habib and Raziel.
Elongated narrow rocky elevation, aligned east - west. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 71.
Mt. Scopus Campus, Hebrew University
On Mt. Scopus adjacent to Shayeret Har Hatzofim (Convoy to Mt. Scopus) and Binyamin Mazar Streets.
Rich in plant life and mature trees. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 12.