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Mount Scopus
region, Jerusalem

Mount Scopus

region, Jerusalem

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Hebrew University of Jerusalem

  • In Hebrew University of Jerusalem

    Originally inaugurated (1925) on Mount Scopus, it was transferred to Givʿat Ram in the Israeli-controlled sector of Jerusalem after 1948, when Mount Scopus became a demilitarized Israeli area within Jordanian territory. After the Israeli reoccupation of Mount Scopus in 1967, the university used both campuses, and Arab students began…

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Mount of Olives

  • Olives, Mount of
    In Mount of Olives

    On Mount Scopus (north) the cornerstone of the Hebrew University was laid by Chaim Weizmann in 1918; the campus was opened by Lord Balfour in 1925. By 1948 many buildings had been built, including the Jewish National and University Library (1929) and the Rothschild-Hadassah University Hospital…

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