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Southeast of Jerusalem, close to Muhammad Hamdan Rabieh St.
Extensive system of canyons in the desert, east of the Mount of Olives. Urban Nature Survey Site No 25
Situated between Kiryat Sanz and Golda Meir Blvd., near Ohel Yehoshua St
Small, uncultivated open area. Urban Nature Survey Site No 38
Situated between the upper part of the Rommema neighborhood and Menachem Begin Rd., close to Harav Zalman Sorotzkin.
Wide, open valley, with planted pine tree forest. Urban Nature Survey Site No 39
West of the Old City walls, close to Hativat Yerushalayim Street.
Cultivated public garden with small grove of mature trees, extensive lawns and rocky slopes that sport typical cliff vegetation
Government Hill South
Situated between the Government Hill precinct and the Hebrew University Givat Ram Campus, adjacent to Kaplan and Ruppin Boulevards.
Small open area with grove of trees and grassy vegetation. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 65.
South of the city, between the edge of Hebron Road and the beginning of Route 60.
Tntorgbah carried south of the city on the watershed. Site number 91 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
Slopes that descend from the Hadassah Ein Kerem north and west. Adjacent to Highway 396, Highway 395.
Space sparsely planted pines, and various orchard trees. Site survey number 143 Urban Nature infrastructure
Beit Sahur (West)
East of the Shalom Forest, near Ma’alot Ir David St.
An open area of valleys with ancient trees and orchard remnants. Urban Nature Site No. 149
Near the northern - western part of Jerusalem, north of Cedar Valley. Not far from the village of Beit Iksa.
Open natural range. Site survey number 101 Urban Nature infrastructure
South of the Biblical Zoo, at the top of Ghost River, near the street through the Volga.
Site outskirts where educational activities of nature and the environment. Site No. 132, Urban Nature infrastructure survey