Kiryat Sanz ( Hebrew: קריית צאנז) is a Haredi Jewish neighborhood in Jerusalem. It is located in the northwestern part of Jerusalem.
The neighborhood was established in 1965 by Jewish immigrants from
Sanz in Galicia, largely as a center for their followers.
The neighborhood is bordered by the neighborhoods
Kiryat Belz and Ezrat Torah.
Rabbinic presence [ edit ]
Rabbi Dov Berel Weiss, son-in-law of the first
Klausenburger Rebbe, Rabbi Yekusiel Yehudah Halberstam, was the Gaon Av Beth Din of Kiryat Sanz. 
Landmarks [ edit ]
EYAHT College of Jewish Studies for Women, founded by Rebbetzin Denah Weinberg The Yad Eliezer poverty-relief organization was founded and operated in Kiryat Sanz from 1980 to 2000 by residents Rabbi Yaakov and Hadassah Weisel. The organization is now headquartered in the Shmuel HaNavi neighborhood. 
References [ edit ]
"Kiryat Sanz". Eiferman Realty . Retrieved . 3 January 2011
"Harav Berel Weiss Shlita Of Kiryat Sanz Yerushalayim, Visits Lakewood". thelakewoodscoop.com. 8 November 2009 . Retrieved . 6 January 2011
^ Schmidt, Shira Leibowitz. "The Rebbe's Daughters".
, September 15, 2013, pp. 59–65. Ami Living
^ Weisman, Shalvi. "Cultivated with Emunah: A conversation with the founder of Yad Eliezer".
, January 14, 2013, pp. 30–34, 45. Binah
Coordinates: 31°47′53″N 35°12′40″E / 31.797983°N 35.211031°E