Zion Gate was once hit with bullet holes in the first Middle East War. From the Zion Gate, which was full of bullet holes on the city wall, Zion Mountain would not be far away. The famous Schindler’s Tomb and the last dining room are here, as well as the Dormition of the Virgin. The place is not very big. It’s about walking and walking slowly for an hour or two.
Zion Mountain is a very open mountain. When I came here, it was still raining lightly. It is a very good area. The landscape in the mountains is also very distinctive. The things in the forest are quite special.
Important for Judaism and Christianity, there is the Church of the Sleep of the Virgin Mary, the last supper restaurant, the Tomb of Dawei. In 1967, during the Israeli-Arab War, Israel regained control and left bullet holes in the walls of the Zion Gate.
Located south of the Old City of Jerusalem, it has religious and historical value for both Jews and Christians. There are famous sights here: The Tomb of David’s Tomb; the "Church of the Dormition" where the Virgin Mary died; the basement of the church has a statue of Mary entering permanent sleep; Marco House, also known as "dinner" "Lo" is the place where many events in the "New Testament-Bible" took place.
The local iconic religious mountain is also a local iconic tourist attraction and an indispensable place in the history of the Middle East.
Zion Gate: South here, the Jewish dream, the glory of Israel, and Zion Gate itself is a miracle of the Jews. When it was founded in 1948, although the city of Jerusalem still lived in Jews, it was not part of the State of Israel [crying] [crying] [crying] The 1967 Six Day War (the Third Middle East War) -- Israel took the city back in an uncanny [circle] from the Zion Gate, And then the Jews could continue to talk to God in front of the wall of tears [beer] [beer] [beer] [beer] The bullet holes on the door of the Six Day War came out of the Zion Gate and came to the Sleep Hall of the Virgin Mary [Rose] It is said to be the place where the Virgin Mary rests, and the hall is full of today's mosaics. The Virgin mother and the young Jesus, painted below are the eight prophetic saints and Latin verses of Isaac's prophecy. The mosaic in the six small arched chapels in the lobby is one of the finest of the monastery, the beautiful statue of the Virgin Mary sleeping with ivory and walnuts, right in the middle of the underground church, which is the tomb of King David of Israel. Among all the kings of Israel, King David was described as the most just king, and a great warrior, musician, and poet. He united Israel, becoming the first Jewish king of Israel, and was loved by Jews and Christians. It is said that Michelangelo's masterpiece, David, is his statue.