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An ideal view of the city of Jerusalem, with Salomon's temple in its center.

Solomon's Temple, or Holy of Holies, was the First Temple of the Jews, originally constructed by King Solomon on Mount Moriah in Jerusalem.[1] It was built on the remains of the Jerusalem Vault, an Isu temple.[2]

In 1191, Al Mualim sent Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, Kadar and Malik Al-Sayf to the vault beneath the temple to retrieve an important artifact held within a casing.[3]

The temple's architecture later served as an inspiration for the Sistine Chapel, built in Rome in the late 15th century.[4]

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