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Olive trees, mountain views (North)
Har Nof, Streets near: Gershon HaMelamed, Rabbi Yitzhak Nissim.
Channel olive top view of the river coming down from the Romans. Site survey number 104 Urban Nature infrastructure
Ma'alot Dafna, Situated in the northern part of Jerusalem at the Bar Lev and Levi Eshkol intersection.
Cultivated natural ensemble at national heritage site. Urban Nature Survey Site No 35
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
Ein Kerem Extension
Ein Kerem, Nearby streets: Madregot HaBikur, HaBe’er.
Eco-system that combines open spaces with the built environment. Urban Nature Site No. 148
Armon HaNetziv, East Talpiot, Situated southeast of the two neighborhoods. Adjacent streets: Muhammad Hamdan Rabieh and Moshe Barazani.
Extensive network of valleys east of the city. Urban Nature Survey Site No 26
Har Homa (East)
Har Homa, The neighborhood of the separation fence. Street near Boulevard Samuel Meyer.
Extensive open space. Site number 92 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
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
Armon Hanatziv Educational Farm
Armon HaNetziv, Nearby streets: Daniel Yanofsky Blvd., Ha’askan and Chavat Halimud
Historic site that includes an educational farm founded in 1928. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 74
Atarot Stream (North)
Atarot, South of the industrial area. Adjacent streets: Beit Horon, Beit Hanina, Abdel Hamid Shoman.
Large natural ensemble with rural character. Urban Nature Survey Site No 28
Har Home (West)
Har Homa, South East Jerusalem, between Har Homa Hebron Road.
Natural range open, spacious and very rich in species of animals and plants. Site number 94 in the survey infrastructure urban nature