This is located on Mount Scopus and houses some 70,000 printed maps both from Israel and around the world. The Israeli maps start from Napoleon and the Ottoman period via the British Mandate and up until contemporary Israel. The majority of maps are from the second half of the 20tjh century. Part of the collection is accessible via the university computerized catalog. A graphic interface with the aerial photography site also exists enabling users to select areas of interest and to receive information on the relevant maps that exist in the map collection. Currently digital maps cannot be downloaded.
To view the Map Catalog and Aerial Photography Site press this link.
For opening hours for the map library press here