Tourist Attractions of Jerusalem, The Holy City
Jerusalem, The Holy City, is a place having countless attractions.So, It is not our claim to offer the total attractions list of Jerusalem here, though we will try our best to point out at some important ones.
The Al-Aqsa Mosque, an imposing mosque, after that of Mecca and Medina, the most holy place in the Islamic world and is located on the Temple Mount. The construction of the current mosque dates back to 710-715, although all are probably remnants of the 3000 years old Temple of Solomon located, (as Solomon is believed to be a prophet by Muslims)
With a ticket to the Temple Mount, you’ll have access to this mosque, and also to the Dome and the Islamic Museum.
Ein Kerem in the synagogue, in Hadassahhospitaal are these beautiful stained glass windows of the famous Jewish artist Marc Chagall. He designed twelve stained glass windows which are built of all the colors of the rainbow and each represents a stained glass window of the peoples of Israel. Unfortunately, there should be no works from this amazing photo opportunity, so take your time to the beauty within you to take. Who do charmed: in the souvenir shop are well cards and posters which depicted the windows, so you still can leave with a souvenir.
The Cardo was in the Byzantine era the center of economic life in Jerusalem, the main street of the city. When the Romans in 70 Jewish rebels defeated, gave the city was renamed Aelia Capotilina. They rebuilt a section of the city in Roman style. In addition they constructed a long cardo with large columns of the south of the city to the north ran.