Yamin Moshe neighborhood in Jerusalem is located south-east of the ancient city of Jerusalem. The neighborhood is named after Moshe Montefiore. It was established in 1891, by the "Moshe remembrance foundation" for 130 of Ashkenazi and Spanish families. During the start of the independence war the neighborhood was under siege and was almost completely abandoned.
In the 1950's Yamin Moshe was settled by immigrants and it became a suburb. After the six day war, most of Yamin Moshe's residents were moved to new neighborhoods; its houses were renovated and repopulated by an established population. The neighborhood is located in the center of Jerusalem. Recommended walking sites in the neighborhood: Mishkanot Sha'ananim, the windmill and King David Hotel