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King George Street ( , Rehov HaMelekh George, fully: רחוב המלך ג'ורג החמישי, King George V Street) is a street in central Jerusalem[729160] and named for King George V. The street was opnened on December 9, 1924.

The street crosses several major streets including Ben Yehuda Streetmarker and Hillel Streetmarker. King George Street and Jaffa Sreet was the first intersection in Jerusalemmarker to contain traffic lights, and used to be only one of two in Jerusalemmarker to contain a pedestrian scramble in Israel (with the other one being Shabbat Square).

Other streets that bear the name of King George is found in Tel Aviv (see King George Street marker).

Among the notable buildings found on the street are:

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Image:King george ave.jpg|Commemorative plaque for King George Street dedication in JerusalemImage:King george ave 2.jpg|Dedication of the King George Street in Jerusalem (1924)

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