Sakharov Gardens

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The junction in 2011

The Sakharov Gardens (Hebrew: גינות סחרוב‎‎, Ginot Sakharov) is a traffic junction on the highway from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and the main entry point to Jerusalem from the West. It is named after the Soviet physicist and human rights activist Andrei Sakharov.

Coordinates: 31°47′42.97″N 35°11′17.67″E / 31.7952694°N 35.1882417°E / 31.7952694; 35.1882417