Located in the walled Old City of Jerusalem, within the four quarters – Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Armenian, are the key historical and religious elements of the three faiths. In the northwestern corner of the Christian quarter, on the Via Delorosa, is the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. According to traditions dating back to the fourth century, it contains the two holiest sites in Christianity. Diagonally across is the Jewish Quarter which is the location of the Western Wall, the last remaining wall of the Jewish Second Temple and is considered to be the holiest site in Judaism. The Muslim quarter is home to the Dome of the Rock, the third holiest site for Muslims after Mecca and Medina. The last of the quarters, is the lesser-known Armenian Quarter, along with the Christian religious and cultural buildings the quarter is also home to the the Syriac and Greek Monasteries and the Tower of David.