Our guide brought us to this interesting site in Jerusalem. We walked through a steep car park towards a church. It has a Byzantine dome clustered with marble columns and large arch-shaped windows. It was built near the House of High Priest Caiaphas who judged Jesus.
The Church of St Peter Gallicantu commemorates the triple denial of Peter to Jesus, his repentance, and their reconciliation. It was built over a ruin in 457 CE. The French Assumptionists rebuild it in 1931CE. Inside are displays of the Cockcrow, the Woman, and the Roman soldier. It was inscribed "Woman, I know him not"! The Byzantine interior has mosaics inlaid and renaissance paintings, Gallincantu, in Latin, means the Rooster Crows.
Underneath the church is a dungeon jailroom and a visible manhole at above. It was used to rope down Jesus into the dungeon cell, before the cruxification.