You can find on this page the Jerusalem topographic map to print and to download in PDF. The Jerusalem elevation map present the topography, river and relief of Jerusalem in Israel.
The site on which Jerusalem has developed is dominated by two hills on Jerusalem topographic map: the Mount of Olives to the east and the Sion Hill to the southwest. In the center on the southern slope of the hill of Ophel on Jerusalem topographic map, the first urban core is fixed at the top of a rocky outcrop.

Jerusalem elevation map

Map of Jerusalem elevation

The Jerusalem topographic map shows elevation, hills and landforms in Jerusalem. This elevation map of Jerusalem will allow you to know topography, river and relief of Jerusalem in Israel. The Jerusalem topographic map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Located about fifty kilometers east of Via Maris, the main axis of ancient communication that skirted the Mediterranean Sea from Egypt to the Northern Levant, Jerusalem on Jerusalem elevation map, clings to a secondary commercial axis of elevation, oriented west-east of Jerusalem elevation map and aimed at connecting the coastal plain to the Judean hills in interregional exchanges, but which continues further east towards the Transjordan plateau and Amman on Jerusalem elevation map.

The site of Jerusalem on Jerusalem elevation map, is poorly distinguished from its history, the geography joining the theodicy in Psalm CXXV (verse 2): "Jerusalem has mountains of elevation for a belt; so the LORD surrounds his people now and forever. Jerusalem rises in the heart of the elevation of mountains of Judea between the elevation of Beth El in the north and those of Hebron in the south.

The region of Jerusalem elevation on Jerusalem elevation map, benefits from mild winters, wet and sunny, and hot and humid summers. On the landforms inland, the climate is drier and cooler. Jerusalem (830 m elevation) and Bethlehem and Hebron in the West Bank are located on the heights. In the late afternoon, breezes soften the summer heat and drought and, in winter, the snow sometimes sprinkles the peaks on Jerusalem elevation map.