In the middle of the photograph you can observe a golden domed structure, which is the Mary Magdalen Church of Jerusalem. At the right side of Mary Magdalene Church towards the extreme right edge of the photograph (enlarge the photograph) is a blue & white domed building. It is the Dominus Flevit Church, built over the traditional spot where Jesus wept over Jerusalem. Similarly go down equal distance from the Mary Magdalene Church towards your left: the arched multiple blue domed structure is the Basilica of Agony or Gethsemane where Jesus' sweat turned into blood. Between the Basilica of Agony and the Wall of Temple Mount (towards your extreme left, the yellowish wall is evident with its serrated top) is a red roofed building; which is the Tomb of Virgin Mary.
2P: In this photograph (from left), the Wall of Temple Mount, Gethsemane Basilica of Agony and the Tomb of Mary are more clear. In the valley of Kidron you can notice a tar road (foreground of 2P). Just immediately to its left is the ancient Jerusalem (Biblical City of King David).