Arzei Habira (Hebrew: ארזי הבירה ) is a Haredi neighborhood in Jerusalem, Israel. It is bordered by Ma'alot Dafna to the north, Shmuel HaNavi to the west, Beit Yisrael to the south, and Road 1 and Sheikh Jarrah to the east.
Arzei Habira literally means "Cedars of the Capital". It could also mean "Nation's Capital", referring to Jerusalem.
Arzei Habira was established after the 1967 Six-Day War in an area which had previously been classified as no-man's land bordering Ramat Eshkol. It was originally considered a sub-neighborhood of Ma'alot Dafna, which was developed around the same time, although it developed its own character and is now known as a separate neighborhood. It is a densely developed area of high quality apartment housing situated around a large, central grass park. It is home to more than 200 families.
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