Ben Yehuda Street (Hebrew: מדרחוב בן יהודה Midrachov Ben Yehuda "Ben Yehuda Pedestrian Mall"; commonly known as "The Midrachov"), is a major pedestrian shopping street in downtown Jerusalem, Israel. It runs from the intersection of King George Street and Betzalel Street to Zion Square on Jaffa Road.
The street is named after the founder of modern Hebrew, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda.
|Places</tr>|| 1. Central Bus Station · 2. Israel Railways station (planned) · 3. Mahane Yehuda Market · 4. Klal Center|
5. Ben Yehuda Street · 6. Nahalat Shiva · 7. Generali Building · 8. Safra Square / City Hall · 9. Old City
10. Mamilla · 11. Jaffa Gate / Tower of David
|Squares</tr>||A. Davidka Square · B. Zion Square · C. Tzahal Square|
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