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Title: Jerusalem Maps
Publisher: Hemed Books Inc.
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Jerusalem 1:8,000 & Bethlehem 1:11,000 Street Map, laminated BORCH, 2012 edition
Excellent plan for visitors to the city: clear, indexed, laminated (waterproof and rip-proof), with a map of greater Jerusalem, plan of Bethlehem, a road map of central Israel and plenty of tourist information.
The main street plan at 1:8,000 extends from the Mount of Olives across the Old City and the central districts to the Israel Museum and the Shrine of the Book, the Knesset, and the Hebrew University at Giv'at Ram. The map highlights numerous places of interest, places of worship of various denominations, selected hotels, one way streets, car parks and petrol stations, etc. The map of Greater Jerusalem at 1:30,000 extends the coverage to include Yad Vashem, Mount Herzl and the Moskovia district.
The map also includes annotated ground plans of the Holy Sepulchre Church and the Dome of the Rock in the Old City, and a street plan of Bethlehem at 1:11,000. A road map of central Israel at 1:400,000, extending to the coast and, north / south, just beyond Hebron and Nablus, shows the road network with numerous places of interest and indicates areas under the Palestinian authority.
All place names are in Latin alphabet, with alternative transliterations where appropriate. English names are used for places of interest. All the maps have indexes which include both streets / locations and the main sites, and 30 of the most interesting places worth visiting, both within the city itself and on the other maps, are highlighted and included in a list of Top30 Sights. Added are The Middle East administrative & time zones inset map, plus useful statistics, conversion charts for temperatures, weights and measurements, climate charts showing temperatures, sunshine hours, precipitation and humidity. Sheet size 66 x 49 cm / 26 x 19,5 in.