The tomb of King David

The tomb of King David, located just outside the Old City on Mount Zion, is a rare example of a holy site that is considered to be among the most sacred for Jews, Christians, and Muslims alike. And the complex of rooms that comprises the tomb is shared by the three religions. On the ground level are several Jewish synagogues, and a Yeshiva. The second level is where the last supper is said to have taken place and, thus, held sacred by the Christians. The third level has a Muslim muezzin tower. In the background, perched on top of Mount Zion, one can see the Dormition Abbey, a grand German Benedictine Abbey, where the tomb of the Virgin Mary is located.