Burj al-Luq Luq

Burj al-Luq Luq constitutes the northeast angle of the Jerusalem Wall. The tower was built during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in 945 Hijri / 1538-39 AD. The Tower has four façades; the most famous façades are the northern façade and the eastern façade, which include a wide range of geometric and floral motifs. The Tower consists of two floors. The first floor contains a semi-squared room, whose northern, eastern and southern walls are parts of the Jerusalem Wall. It also includes vertical embrasures.