Moristan is an ancient street in Jerusalem that dates back to the Middle Ages. It is mentioned in texts from the 11th century, and records show it has been in use for centuries. In the 16th century, it was the main thoroughfare for merchants, traders, and other travelers entering Jerusalem from the north. The area around the street has long been considered a holy site, with religious ceremonies and pilgrimages taking place there regularly. Today, the street is still bustling and frequently visited by pilgrims and tourists.