Right on the right side of the Church of Emmanuel in Jaffa, and immediately at the maroon monastery.
A narrow alley leads to a step leading to "T" where we will turn right. Marcus Street.
A hotel on the left has European night lights and an impressive metal door, about 20 metres from the hotel.
In the lower right corner of the wall facing the entrance, a small arrow has been carved at its feet since 1864.
The story of the arrow is another complete story, but the abridged version is like this: in the 19 th century, the health condition of the city deteriorated, causing disease and death.
The Ottoman rulers agreed to allow the British to inspect the area to improve the sewage system, a group of British soldiers headed by Charles Wilson (
Wilson Arch near West Wall Tunnel
Start crossing the old town and mark the height of the street with a series of arrows.
This arrow is one of the few surviving arrows.
In fact, basic research in the UK (F. E. P. )
With these arrows headed by Wilson.
The way from Jaffa to the Dead Sea
The latter is the lowest place on Earth.
The original British monument was still found near the Dead Sea on the roadside near Dead Fashcha.
Arrow on St
Because the carts of street cleaners are eroding it, Marcus Street is in decline.
The letter I sent to town hall in the past asked to keep the poor arrow but did not receive any effect.
We now continue along the intersection of Chabad Street and climb up the metal steps opposite us until the roof.
This is the highest point on the roof of the old town and meets here for four quarters.
Divided into several quarters is typical of many Roman cities.
Main Road-Cardo Maximus-from north to south. e.
From the Damascus gate to the Zion Gate, it is perpendicular to the triple gate at the entrance to the Temple Hill.
The observation point is located at the junction of the main Cardo and decompression-the intersection of yore's allby and Ben Yehuda.
It's easy to find the difference between quarters.
There are 2,300 residents in the southwest of Armenia.
In fact, only a small part of the area is visible because most of the area is enclosed in its own walls.
In the West, above the anti-anal, there is Muslim Shuke (market)
David's castle is right below us, near the Jaffa Gate, and rises in the northwest direction-the Christian district and its 5,000. or-
Therefore, residents centered on the gray dome of the Church of the holy tomb.
The red color of roof tiles dominated this quarter, reminiscent of medieval Europe.
The northeast is a Muslim district, with 22,000 inhabitants.
It features a round dome and many antennas.
Souheast is a Jewish district with 3,500 residents and many white people, as the district was renovated and rebuilt after 1967 Days of War.
In the area of approximately 33,000 Dunan, a total of about 600 people live in the old town (148 acres).
In the Temple of the East, one can see the dome of rock and aluminum
Behind the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Mount of Olives, the seven-arch interstate hotel and, of course, the world's most important Jewish cemetery.
On the left of this ridge is the Santa vidoria tower, which has a triangular brown roof.
There is also a tower on the Hill of Scopus and the campus of the Hebrew University.
After taking a few deep breaths of the original air, we continued to walk west, close to the Jewish quarter.
A few tens of meters on a path, flying along the steps, we will reach the corner of Bikkurim Street and Shonei Halachot Road, where we turn left and follow the long steps
Small niches on both sides of the door were prepared for Hanukkah men.
At the bottom of the steps, we flew to a small wall, from where we went down to the yard of the West Wall Observatory.
The west wall is now one of the most impressive places in the old town.
As we gaze at the wall, we notice something interesting: the upper layer of the wall looks white and relatively new.
This floor was built in the 19 th century, funded by Sir Moses monticfiore and built with the help of his good relations with the Turks.
At this height, on the left, you can see a slightly rusty metal railing.
This is the railing where IDF soldiers immediately hoisted the Israeli flag at the end of the Six-Day War.
The west wall is actually only part of the wall-only 488 of the entire wall's length of 60 metres.
The left side of the familiar part of the wall is the Muslim area covered in the continuation part of the Wall (
West wall tunnel passed this quarter).
On the right side of the Wall square you can see the Mugrabi gate and a new wooden bridge leading to it.
The left side of the Square continues to the south side of the wall, an impressive archaeological excavation site where you can see the famous Robinson arch and the former IDF Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren established.
The six candles on the roof of Yeshiva symbolize the 6 million Jews killed in the Holocaust.
Right below yeshiva is the entrance to the arch and the West Wall tunnel.
The building near the west wall, which is hoisted by the Israeli flag, is used by border police and is a Mameluke Muslim building.
Above the Western Wall is the Dome of the rock, often wrongly called the Omar mosque, and al-Aqsa Mosque.