Honorary Consuls Grove – Aminadav Forest

The trees at the Honorary Consul Grove in the Jerusalem Hills' Aminadav Forest are planted by Israeli citizens awarded this diplomatic title by their respective countries of service, as a special gesture and an expression of these countries' aspirations to further cultivate their relationship with Israel.
 

Photo: KKL-JNF Photo Archive

Memorial Plaque for Ethan Naschitz Unveiled at Honorary Consuls Grove

3.4.2012

On Friday, March 30, a memorial plaque for Ethan Naschitz, Honorary Consul of Iceland, was unveiled at a ceremony that took place at the Honorary Consul Forest in Aminadav Forest.

 

A Festive Ceremony at the Honorary Consuls Grove

1.7.2010

 
Dozens of Honorary Consuls, representing scores of countries from across the globe, participated on Friday, June 25, 2010, in a festive ceremony held at the Honorary Consul Grove at Aminadav Forest.

 

First Olive Trees Planted in the Honorary Consuls Forest Grove

6.5.2010

 
It has been years since Israel saw so many flags from countries from all over the world flying together in one place. That place is Aminadav Forest, near the Kennedy Memorial in the Jerusalem Mountains.