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Isavia, French Hill, Between the two neighborhoods, adjacent to Hachayil and Savion Streets.
Flowering site, north of the city. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 9
Kiryat Yovel, Ein Kerem, Between the two neighborhoods, near the Swedish village. Streets near: Henrietta Szold, Ein Kerem, via Carmit.
Area rich and varied riverbed. Site survey number 119 Urban Nature infrastructure
Mishkenot Sha'ananim, Near the Jerusalem Cinematheque, the Menachem Begin Heritage Center, and Khan Theater. Adjacent streets include Hebron Road and David Remez.
A spectacular botanical site in the heart of the city and the last uncultivated exposed hillock in the center of town.
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
Nayot, The neighborhood from the Israel Museum. Streets near: Avraham Granot, Yitzhak Shamir.
Rocky spur and increase concentrations of geophytes, large oak and unique vegetation. Site number 61 in the survey infrastructure urban nature
The Jerusalem Wildflower Sanctuary
Neve Yaakov, Adjacent streets: Neve Yaakov Blvd., Mazal Taleh, Yitzhak Tabenkin.
Community oriented nature site in the midst of the Neve Yaakov neighborhood. Urban Nature Survey Site No. 2.
Hirbat Beit Kika
Ramot, Near Tzundak Street in Ramot
Archeological site with remnants of groves and orchard, batha, and wall vegetation. Urban Nature site No 151.