One of the interesting attractions at the Mount of Olives is the Church of Saint Mary Magdalena, situated along the street just above the Church of All Nations. The church was built by Tsar Alexandr III in 1885 in Russian Orthodox style.
Sadly, visiting times are limited to 10-12pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays only, meaning that you have to plan according tif you want to enter the church grounds and building.
If you can't manage to visit, you can still view the attractive church from various locations from several locations around the city from a distance. Here you can see a decorative church facade and the beautiful golden onion domes, topped with golden crosses, typical features of 16th and 17th century Muscovite style Russian Orthodox churches.
The church is a striking contrast to others in Jerusalem and is worth looking out for when scanning the Mount of Olives from the Temple Mount or from church and synagogue towers you might climb for panorama views from the Old City.More