I knew the tallest mountain in Germany because I was there last year. At last, all that travel money pays dividends ☺
It's right up there with the 59th largest city in the U.S. state of Ohio.
Zanesville if you're interested.
Mt Zion and the Temple Mount are two completely different things.
The article on Wikipedia which states that Mt Zion referred first to the City of David and then later the Temple Mount is confused. If you click through the linked sources you can see that they are referring to "Zion" - not "Mount Zion". Common mistake. Zion refers to the ancient city believed to have been built by David. The earliest settlement in the area that would later be home to Jerusalem was thought to have been built on Mt Zion, and thus the city came to be known as Zion before it spread to the surrounding hills. Though the ruins recently discovered and believed to be the original city of David are between the Old City of Jerusalem and the Kidron Valley.
Also, there's an o missing in Zorastrianism...