The Tabernacle was a portable sanctuary that served as the center of worship for the Israelites during their journey in the wilderness. The Bible describes it in detail in the book of Exodus.
The Tabernacle consisted of a rectangular courtyard surrounded by curtains, with a tent-like structure inside. The tent was divided into two sections: the Holy Place and the Most Holy Place, separated by a veil. Inside the Holy Place, there were three pieces of furniture: the table of showbread, the golden lampstand, and the altar of incense. In the Most Holy Place, there was only one piece of furniture: the Ark of the Covenant, which was covered by the mercy seat. The Tabernacle was where the Israelites worshiped God, offered sacrifices, and met with Him through the High Priest.
A stock image of the Tabernacle might depict the courtyard with its curtains, the tent with its two compartments, the furniture inside, and the High Priest performing his duties.