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The National Park named after Avraham Krinitzi

The crown jewel among Ramat-Gan's parks and gardens. Named after the first Mayor of the city Avraham Krinitzi. The park stretches over an area of 1,900 dunams (close to 500 acres)of lawns and groves surrounding an artificial lake. The National Park attracts nowadays some 700 to 800 thousand visitors annually.


David park

40 ndunams (10 acres), named after David Melamdowicz, the late Vice Mayor in the Marom Naveh neighborhood,  


ZOOLOGICAL CENTER TEL AVIV – RAMAT GAN SAFARI

The African Park and the zoo known as the "Safari". within occupy 250 acres and include 1,600 animals of different species.

The Safari is the largest animal collection in the Middle East and is unique in the world, because of the large herds of mixed species of African animals that roam the spacious African Park. The zoo contains a variety of animals from around the world.

Outstanding are its breeding herds of both African and Asian elephants, the gorilla and orangutan families, the hippo herd and the pride of lions.

The Safari's educational purpose is to promote the conservation of nature- from the belief that we love what we know, and we preserve what we love.

The Safari participates in 25 international programs for endangered species. It is partner in both breeding and reintroduction programs and in research projects for such animals. The Safari is a member of international zoological organizations and cooperates with research and knowledge transfer with zoos and nature preservation organizations world wide. 

 

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