Herod's Gate, Old City Gates (also called the Flowered Gate "Babl ez-Zahr "). This gate, named for King Herod Antipas, is located east of the Damascus Gate in the northern wall. It leads into the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem.
Mount Zion, the highest point in ancient Jerusalem, is the broad hill south of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter. Also called Sion, its name in Old Testament times became projected into a metaphoric symbol for the whole city and the Promised Land.