Har HaMenuchot

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Mount of Rest
Hebrew: Har HaMenuchot
WikiAir IL-13-06 019 - Har HaMenuchot.JPG
view of Mount of Rest
Highest point
Elevation750 m (2,460 ft)
ListingJudaean Mountains

Har HaMenuchot (הר המנוחות), also known as Givat Shaul Cemetery is the second largest cemetery in Jerusalem. It is located on the western edge of Jerusalem. It opened in 1951 after the Mount of Olives cemetery was captured by Jordan in 1948. The mountain is 750 meters above the sea level and next to Jerusalem Forest.

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