Independence Park is Jerusalem's second-largest park located next to the Mamilla cemetery. Muslim graves date to the 13th century. The most popular tradition states that there is Lion's cave in the park, which preserves bones of Jewish, Christians, and Muslims as well. A lion - the God's creature, was placed to the cave to guard the dead. Christians believe that the remains of monks who were massacred by the Persians in 614 preserved in the cave. Jewish tradition states that the bones of Jews killed by the Seleucid Greeks are buried there. Muslims say that the remains from the nearby Mamilla cemetery were transferred by Allah to the cave to save them from a fire. The one fact is undisputable - there is a sacred place in the holy city where the three religions come together to guard the dead.
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