Morning walk from Dan Panorama to Montefiore Windmill.
Walk continues through Yemin Moshe.
iew of Montefiore Windmill and Mishkenot Sha'ananim, first neighborhood outside the Old City walls.
View on walk to David's Tomb and Room of The Last Supper.
Statue of King David.
Men's section of The Sephardic Synagogue of Mount Zion, established during the War of Independence 1948.
Women praying in the hall (built in Middle Ages) where Christian tradition says Jesus celebrated the Passover Seder with his disciples just before the crucifixion.
Window by the Tomb of King David.
An African Christian group praying in the area of King David's Tomb and Hall of Last Supper.
Pentecostal Parade... they are receiving and spreading the Gospel.
The mezuzah on the Zion Gate is fashioned from bullet casing from 1948 War of Independence.
View windows and archways at Zion Gate entrance.
Edge of Armenian Quarter in Old City.
Hand painting Jerusalem pottery.
One son is lagging behind and she is pregnant with number 9.
The Christian Quarter from the rooftops of the Old City.
Flowers growing on the rooftops of Old City.
The Western Wall.
Sitting tall at the womens section of Western Wall.
Alabama Fan in Arab Market.
Sheryl Blechner, Wayna & Joe Dunn enjoying lunch in Christian Quarter of Old City.
Church of Holy Sepulchre.
Stone of Anointing (also Stone of the Anointing or Stone of Unction), which tradition believes to be the spot where Jesus' body was prepared for burial.
Believers light candles as a way of connecting with their Heavenly Father. It is a way for them to strengthen and renew their faith in Him who loves them and offers them salvation.