With its labyrinth of narrow streets and hidden alleys, the Old City of Jerusalem is an explorer’s dream.
Significant religious sites in Mount Zion are the Room of the Last Supper and the Tomb of David.
The Room of the Last Supper is where Jesus and his disciples celebrated the ceremonial Passover meal, which later became known as the “Last Supper” (Mark 14).
The Via Dolorosa or “Way of the Cross” is the recognized route Jesus walked carrying his cross from the trial to the site of his crucifixion and burial.
The church enshrines the Golgotha, the hillside site of Jesus’ crucifixion, burial, and resurrection.
The Muslim Quarter is the largest section of Jerusalem in both area and population. The Via Dolorosa begins in this quarter, winding its way into the Christian Quarter.