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13 Heleni HaMalka St.
A beautiful courtyard surrounded by historic buildings in the center of town. Temoporarily closed to the public.
Botanical Gardens at Givat Ram
Givat Ram, Adjacent to the Nayot interchange and the Hebrew University Givat Ram Campus. Nearby streets include Bezalel Bezeq and Yehuda Burla.
One of Jerusalem’s two major botanical gardens, with cultivated plants representing habitats from all areas of the world. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 68.
Gan HaMifletzet (Gan Rabinowitz)
Kiryat Yovel, At the corner of Ya'akov Tahon and Henrietta Szold Streets
Local park famous for the three headed monster (mifletzet) sculpture at its center.
Botanical Gardens at Mount Scopus
Mount Scopus, At the Hebrew University campus adjacent to Churchill St
A kind of museum about the ecology of Israel, its landscapes and different climate zones.Urban Nature Survey Site No. 13
Jerusalem Walls National Park
Old City, Ma'ale HaShalom Street
A ring of natural open spaces surrounding the Old City walls of Jerusalem.
Yemin Moshe, King Davd St., between S.A Nachon (South) and Elimelech Admoni (North)
Large popular urban park, known for its water fountain.