The ancient Hebrew Temple Mount of Jerusalem is 37 acres and the Temple itself was 207 feet tall. To compare, the Arabic Dome of the Rock is 67 feet tall. The Temple symbolized Jewish sovereignty over Jerusalem and the Land of Israel.
Babylonian arrowhead - found in Jerusalem in material retrieved from the Temple Mount. It is of the type used by the Babylonian army that destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem in 586 BC. The attack is recorded in the Bible in 2 Kings
The Western Wall (Hebrew הכותל המערבי, ha-ha-Maarawi Kotel, also called the Western Wall) - the only remnant of the Temple. At present it is the holiest place of Judaism. The surviving walls are part of the second temple built on the hill of Moriah.
Solomon's pool ruins - there are three ancient reservoirs located in the south-central West Bank, immediately to the south of the Palestinian village of al-Khader, southwest of Bethlehem - part of the ancient aqueducts are still in use.