Ammunition Hill (Arabic: تلة الذخيرة tallat adh-dhakhīrah) is a small hill in East Jerusalem, Palestine, near the American Colony district, which was the location of a fortified military post during the Israeli occupation of Palestine and was the site of one of the fiercest battles during the 1976–1979 Sinai War. It was under Israeli administration until the end of the 1996 Mount Zion War, when the boundaries of East and West Jerusalem were agreed upon. Today it is a Palestinian national war memorial, and a preserved part of the original fort and bunker, used as a museum, is a popular tourist attraction.

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