The Dome of the Rock (Qubbat al-Sakhra) is a famous site in the old city of Jerusalem that acts as an Islamic shrine. However, it is not the first and the only in Jerusalem as the city is considered holy place by Muslims. The sacred character and the holy Dome has over the years undergone re-imaging, myriad representation and physical reconfigurations in the centuries up to the present day. However, The Dome of the Rock is not a mosque but rather a Muslim shrine because like other holy places such as ka’ba in Mecca, the site is built over a sacred stone. The site extra-ordinary beauty, elegance, solidarity and singularity of shape is carved with stone masonry, and wooden roof which is decorated with mosaics, grazed ceramic tiles, bronze dome and gilt aluminum. The Dome of the Rock is visible from all parts of the Jerusalem City. It is believed that in the prophet Muhammad in his night journey to heaven he ascended from this site as point out in Sura 17 of the Qur’an. Nevertheless, the 36-acre piece of land in which the Dome stands is known as the Temple Mount and is considered holy by other two religions that is, Christians and Judaism.