Ramat Sharett

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Holyland towers, Ramat Sharett

Ramat Sharett (Hebrew: רמת שרת‎) (lit. "Sharett Heights") is a neighbourhood in southwest Jerusalem, Israel, located between Ramat Denya and Beit VeGan. The neighborhood was established in 1974 and named for Moshe Sharett, Prime Minister of Israel in 1953-1955.[1]

Ramat Sharett sits 860 meters above sea level.[2]

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Coordinates: 31°45′40.44″N 35°11′13.51″E / 31.7612333°N 35.1870861°E / 31.7612333; 35.1870861