Jerusalem street map
Street map of Jerusalem. Jerusalem street map (Israel) to print. Jerusalem street map (Israel) to download. Ben Yehuda Street (Hebrew: רחוב בן יהודה), known as the "Midrachov" (Hebrew: מדרחוב) is a major street in downtown Jerusalem. It joins with Jaffa Road and King George Street to form the Downtown Triangle central business district. Misgav Ladach street (refuge for the suffering), named after the hospital of the same name, located on the same road as you can see in Jerusalem street map. The name drives from the verses in the Psalms. Street of the Prophets, Rehov HaNevi'im) is an east–west axis road in Jerusalem beginning outside Damascus Gate and ending at Davidka Square. Located to the north of Jaffa Road, it bisects the neighborhood of Musrara. Established during the expansion of Jerusalem beyond the walls of the Old City in the mid-19th century.
Plugat Hakotel street (Platoon of the Wall), is named after a betar force in Palestine who carried arms and clubs, accompanied Jewish worshippers to and from the Western Wall. Shmuel HaNavi Street (Samuel the Prophet Street) is a main road in north-central Jerusalem as its mentioned in Jerusalem street map. Named after Samuel the prophet (11th century BC), the last Biblical judge, who annointed Saul and David as kings of Israel. The continuation of the street northwards winds up to the Tomb of Samual the prophet, after whom the street is named. Shonei Halachot Street, Just east of the Broad Wall is a small square from which Shonei Halachot Street descends to the east.. The arches of partially covered Shonei Halachot Rd. are simply one of the most aesthetically pleasing alleyways in the Old City.
Ha-Meziltayim street is next to Old City and is located in Jerusalem District, Israel. Ha-Meziltayim Road has a length of 0.03 kilometres as its mentioned in Jerusalem street map. Nablus Road, Derekh Shekhem) is one of the traditional routes into Jerusalem walled city. Starting at the Damascus Gate, it is the ancient road north. Several points of interest are located on this street including Garden Tomb, Tombs of the Kings, Sheikh Jarrah, Saint George Cathedral. Originally named the Straus Street, it was renamed as the Chancellor Street during the British Mandate. It reverted to it is original name in 1948. HaDekel Street is particularly interesting. At the street’s entrance are two huge, frightening faces. Along the street, murals are everywhere, even on the shutters of closed shops. A long wall is covered with sheep and a wolf waiting to catch them. The bottom of a unique balcony is filled with a poem and mural.