The following are the locations we've identified as our preferred location and vantage points for Jerusalem Panorama. We have narrowed down our prospective locations to two vicinities in town. 1) Mount of Olives (just below the hotel) and 2) A rooftop in the Jewish Quarter. 

One of the most iconic views in Jerusalem, however, its distance from the city may make everything appear too small. We believe the location may also be challenging to control since it has large a tourist presence. (Click the image to view the online panorama). Click here to view this point on a map including surrounding points of interest.

View of the Western Wall and Temple Mount (Dome of the Rock) taken from Aish Hatora Yeshiva with devotees in unified prayer. (Click the image to view this point on a map and the surrounding points of interest).

View from Aish Hatora Yeshiva in the Jewish Quarter in Jerusalem. This type of location is a less comprehensive but more focused view that will make visitors feel more immersed in the city. It may be possible to film on a Friday which would guarantee a massive number of devotees in unified prayer (see following photo). (Click on the image to view this point on a map and the surrounding points of interest).