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Went with a guide who explained what the ruins were - the pools in ancient times - and what it meant. We started our pilgrimage here and it was absolutely magical! Don´t miss this attraction if you have time.
What a breathtaking site! The unexpected vista of the ruins of the baths is etched into memory forever. Walk on the century old stone pathways, see the many levels of building stones and realise how ancient this city is.
A visit to the Church of...More
Austere Crusader period church, very well preserved. Nothing fancy, nonetheless there is a sense of tranquility noticeable absent from some of the other well known churches in Jerusalem. Of course lots of groups come here to try out the wonderful acoustics of the church, and...More
Walking through the streets of Jerusalem and before the St. Stephen's Gate, I found myself in front of the Church of Agia Anna, the house where the Virgin Mary was born! Apart from the Temple, there are places that are from that time! Saint Anna,...More
You pay a nominal fee to enter and can wander into the ruins of hot baths, with tall colonnades, when Jesus healed a paralytic (John 5); there are also remains of Greek buildings and dedications to asclepius. It is a peaceful and quiet place, spiritual,...More
This church is built at Bethesda where Jesus healed the paralyzed man. It was amazing seeing the pool, the five roofed Colonnades. (John 5),. and all the layers of civilization since that time. What made it super special for us, however, was the priest in...More
It has a very great acoustic sound inside the church and one of the priest was singing a hymns. I was just amazing to hear on that day. The place is one of a kind to see and visit the actual church, it's where the...More
I went to see the Church of Saint Anne and the pools this week and was a bit disappointed. I visited the church regularly 40 years ago, and to my astonishment I did not see any improvement/upgrade in these years. Only noticeable difference was that...More
We did not pay anything, but made a donation. The ask was very small (I have forgotten, but think it was a buck or two), so we each gave a little more to help the Church. I seriously doubt even someone on a tight budget... More
We did not pay anything, but made a donation. The ask was very small (I have forgotten, but think it was a buck or two), so we each gave a little more to help the Church. I seriously doubt even someone on a tight budget would notice nor mind contributing to the Cause.