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Attractions in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem

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Visit the Temple Mount
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  • Temple Mount, Jerusalem

The Temple Mount is considered a sacred site by all three monotheistic religions and a trip to Jerusalem is not complete without a visit or view of it. Its... Read more

Al-Aqsa Mosque
  • Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Temple Mount, Old City of Jerusalem

The Temple Mount mosque has a tile-covered facade and 14 Romanesque arches. Read more

  • Souk Al Lakhamin, Jerusalem

The three markets are: Butchers’ Market - Souk Al Lakhamin, Spice/Perfume Market - Souk al-Attarine, Goldsmiths’/Jewelry Market - Souk Al Khawajat Read more

Church of St. Anne
  • Lions Gate, Jerusalem

The Church of St. Anne is located near the Lion's Gate in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City Read more

  • Souq al-Qattanin, Muslim Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

This market, Souq al-Qattanin in Arabic, in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, was a very impressive area built in the 14th century in the time of... Read more

Olive Press Street
  • Souk Khan al-Zeit, Muslim Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

The Three Markets merge and meet, still inside the Muslim Quarter, on Olive Press Street (Beit Habad in Hebrew, Khan a-Zayit in Arabic). The other end of this large... Read more

  • Aqbat e-Taqiya Ma'alot HaMidrasha, Jerusalem

Lady Tonsok, daughter of Abdullah al-Muthaffariyye, was the wife of the Mameluke ruler Muthaffar al-Din. The lady dedicated the building at the end of the 14th-century to a Sufi... Read more

Damascus Gate
  • El Wad St, Jerusalem

The main point of entry to the Muslim Quarter Read more

Visit Dome of the Rock – Jerusalem
  • Dome of the Rock Mosque, Jerusalem

Islam’s third holiest site after Mecca and Medina, the Dome of the Rock is built on top of the Temple Mount in the Old City. Read more