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Attractions in the Old City of Jerusalem

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This is one of the eight gates of the Ottoman wall, built during the 16th century in the days of the Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent. In the beginning, this... Read more

Hezekiah’s pool is an impressive water storage pool, apparently dating back to the era of the Second Temple. It is located in the Christian Quarter and surrounded by densely... Read more

Western Wall
  • The Western Wall, Jerusalem

A retaining wall of the Temple Mount, the Kotel is a spiritual center for Jews around the world. Read more

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre
  • Church of the Holy Sepulchre, old city, Jerusalem

The place where Jesus was crucified, buried & resurrected is the holiest of sites for Catholics. Read more

The Stations of the Cross
  • Via Dolorosa Street, Old City, Jerusalem

The Stations of the Cross are 14 points along the Way of the Cross in the Old City leading from the Church 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

  • Church of the Flagellation, Via Dolorosa St, Jerusalem

About the Via Dolorosa Via Dolorosa is a 15 minutes multimedia installation that utilizes sound, video, animation and lights to take visitors back in time through the history of Jerusalem, from the Herodian period... Read more

The Old City Train
  • Jaffa Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

The easiest form of transportation from Jaffa Gate to the Jewish quarter and Western Wall. 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

  • David Street, Christian Quarter, Old City of Jerusalem

This is the most famous tourist market in the Old City. Often known simply as the “Arab Shuk”, its proximity to Jaffa Gate, its central location and the beauty... Read more

Christian Quarter Road
  • Christian Quarter Road, Old City of Jerusalem

Located at the heart of the Christian Quarter, this road is one of the most colorful streets in the old city. Its orientation is south to north, and it... Read more

Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate
  • Rooftop of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem

The site includes the seat of the Archbishop, three churches and a large well from the Byzantine period. 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

  • Next to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Old City of Jerusalem

A Russian church named after a Russian commander who was martyred. A patron of Czar Alexander III. Within the site are impressive archeological remains from the Roman and Byzantine... Read more

Jaffa Gate
  • Jaffa Gate, Jerusalem

One of the seven open gates of the Old City, Jaffa Gate serves as the main tourist entry point to the city. Just inside the gate, you’ll find the Old... Read more

Zion Gate
  • Zion Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

Zion Gate, on the south side of the wall, leads in the direction of Mount Zion Read more

Lion’s Gate – Old City
  • Lion's Gate, Old City, Jerusalem

Lion's Gate, one of the entrances to the Old City of Jerusalem. The entrance is also renowned worldwide for being the start point of the Via Dolorosa walk of... Read more

Christian Quarter – Old City
  • Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

A main center of Christianity, the Christian Quarter in the Old City is filled with a variety of churches, some many centuries-old, including the renowned Church of the Holy... Read more