They go in order from left to right.
This is an Israeli settlement and archaeological site. This is the original urban core of ancient Jerusalem.
It’s the closest spot to Solomon’s original temple and the holiest place for the Jewish People.
This is a massive plaza of stone in the south-east corner of Jerusalem’s Old city surrounded by date palms and cypress trees.
A mountain ridge east of and adjacent to Jerusalem’s Old City. It is named for the Olive groves that once covered its slopes.