|Sanhedria is an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood located in northern Jerusalem, bordering on Ramat Eshkol. Established in 1926, it was evacuated after the 1929 Hevron massacre. However, after the establishment of the State in 1948 and despite its proximity to the border with Jordan, the neighborhood began once again to prosper. After the Six Day War it became known as Sanhedria.
The Sanhedrian Park is located here with its burial caves from the time of the Second Temple. The Sanhedrian cemetery, built when the Jewish cemetery at Mt. Scopus was inaccessible, is also located within the neighborhood. Rabbi Arye Levine is one of many famous rabbis buried there.