The Mount of Olives in Jerusalem is an elevation northeast and east of the Temple Mount and the Old City of Jerusalem.
A view of a fountain house in Gehenna, the Valley of Hinnom outside Jerusalem.
The Chapel of St Helena is a 12th-century Armenian church in the lower level of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, built during the Kingdom of Jerusalem.
The Cedars of Lebanon are now comparatively few, and with them are gone the eagles and wild beasts, to which they afforded shelter
The Stone of Unction, also known as the Stone of Anointing in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre at Jerusalem 1839
Plan and sections of the Tombs of the Kings, and of other tombs; that of Jehoshaphat, and one like that of our Lord.
View of the Valley of Jehoshaphat, Mount Moriah, Tomb of Absalom, Tomb of S. James, Tomb of Zacharias, Mount of Olives, Road to Siloam etc
The Golden Gate is a walled gate on the east side of the Jerusalem Temple Mount / Haram ash-Sharif, dating from early Islamic times.
The view is extensive beyond the city, commanding the plain of Jericho, and, on the east, the valley of the Jordan, and a portion of the Dead Sea.
No other city on earth has ever experienced such a constant and terrible succession of sufferings as Jerusalem with its numerous conquests.