Thank Jesus and praise the lord. Don't come before 5pm becausw the cue to the sepulchre is the true via dolorosa.
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I spent a few days in Jerusalem and was able to visit this church more than once. My first experience was in the late afternoon on a Wednesday; not only were large groups of people pushing and shoving to get to the altars, but also...More
This most important church of Christianity is a place for many pilgrims, history lovers and tourists. Come early or late to avoid the crowds. The outside is not too spectacular, inside very eclectic with smaller or bigger chapels and rooms of various Christian groups, eg...More
This is the site believed to be where Jesus was crucified, known as Calvary or Golgotha. Co-located here is believed to be Jesus’s empty tomb, where he was buried and resurrected. The sacred Christian church is home Greek Orthodox, Armenian Orthodox, Roman Catholics and to...More
Prepare for crowds and sometimes pushy crowds. Unique place that contains some of Christianity most holy sites. However the religious backgrounds that control the place may not be the same background of many average tourists and unfortunately does not make the site one of contemplation.
This church was built by the orthodox Greek in remembrance of the dead of Jesus Christ. There are two places that people theorise as the crucifixion site and one of them is here and the other at the Garden Tomb just outside of the old...More
You find yourself in a church which covers Golgotha, where Jesus was crucified. The stone where the women prepared his body for burial, you can touch it! And even visit where his tomb was. There are long lines, go early in the morning, but it...More