Ammunition Hill, or Givat HaTahmoshet, is the site of one of the bloodiest battles fought during the Six Day War. The historic fight, which resulted in an Israeli victory, took place on June 6, 1967. Today, the former Jordanian military post serves as a memorial to commemorate the 182 Israeli soldiers who were killed during the Six Day War, and to celebrate the liberation and reunification of the city of Jerusalem. Visitors to the national memorial site can visit the Ammunition Hill museum and take part in interactive, educational exhibits. Children can climb on the numerous tanks that decorate this historic battlefield.