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Jerusalem Sights

Haas Promenade

  • Daniel Yanovsky St.
  • East Talpiot
  • Promenade/Boardwalk

Updated 01/06/2015

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Get your bearings in Jerusalem by taking in the panorama from the Haas Promenade, an attractive 1-km (⅔-mile) promenade along one of the city's highest ridges. Hidden behind a grove of trees to the east (your right as you pan the view) is a turreted limestone building, the residence of the British High Commissioner for Palestine in the 1930s and 1940s. In Hebrew, the whole ridge is known as Armon Hanatziv, the Commissioner's Palace. In 1949, the building became the headquarters

of the U.N. Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO), charged with monitoring the armistice line that divided the city. It remained a neutral enclave between Israeli West Jerusalem and Jordanian-controlled East Jerusalem until the reunification of the city in the Six-Day War of 1967. You can reach the promenade by car from Hebron Road—consult a map, and look for signs to East Talpiot and the Haas Promenade—by Bus 78 from the Central Bus Station and Downtown, Bus 12 from Hadassah Ein Kerem and Malkha Mall, or by cab. If the traffic flows well, it's a 10-minute drive from Downtown, 5 minutes from the German Colony. There are restrooms just off the sidewalk at the "city" end of the promenade.

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Daniel Yanovsky St., Jerusalem, Israel

Updated 01/06/2015


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