Up the street is the exit to the Jaffa Gate. Down the road is the entrance to the Temple Mount. In the days of the greatness of Jerusalem, this place was a bridge that connected the upper city on Mount Zion and the Temple Mount. We are in the Muslim quarter of the town. And right in front of us is a beautiful piece of Mamluk architecture - it is an ornament of a niche in the shape of stalactites. By and large, getting to know Jerusalem's most important sites is coming to an end. We traversed a short but treasured path, and Jerusalem only opened up its secrets to us a little. There are more routes around, and they will be able to show you more. In the meantime, let's go to the Jaffa Gate.