The Jaffa Gate is located on the western side of Jerusalem, thusly named because of its leading out to Joppa to the west.
The Jaffa Gate is located on your left in this photo. Crystallinks.com states
This gate is the principal entrance to the Old City. Its name in Arabic is Bab-el-Khalil, the gate of Hebron, as the main road to Hebron started here. It was also called Jaffa Gate because the road to the port city of Jaffa (Joppa) – the coast also started from it. This gate is the only one on the western side of the Old City. A low part of the city wall was torn down and the Crusader moat of the Citadel filled in 1898 for the visit of the German Kaiser Wilhelm II. This gate was also the famous scene of the English General Allenby’s entrance in 1917.
You can see some of our previous posts for a map showing Jerusalem’s gates to help with orientation.
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