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This compound contains two interesting sites: Saint Anne’s Church, which stands on the right side and its entrance is... Read more

The Russian Church named after Alexander Nevsky was built between the years 1896-1903. Alexander Nevsky was a Russian military... Read more

This is a Catholic nunnery, housing a hospice and an international learning center. Its construction was completed in 1860.... Read more

The Armenian Church is ancient. The church is located in the Armenian Quarter, which was built as a monastery... Read more

The Armenian Quarter is the smallest among Jerusalem’s Quarters, and it is actually an ancient monastery and the abode... Read more

On both sides of the alley stands the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate, the oldest of Jerusalem’s Patriarchates. Its flags can... Read more

This place serves as the abode of the representative of the Greek Catholic Patriarchate (which is situated in Damascus),... Read more

This is a wide compound, housing the representative of the Vatican in the Holy Land, the Latin patriarch. The... Read more

  • Church of the Holy Sepulchre, old city, Jerusalem

The place where Jesus was crucified, buried & resurrected is the holiest of sites for Catholics. Read more

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  • Conrad Schick St, Jerusalem

A popular Protestant pilgrimage destination, the tomb is a quiet place, perfect for reflection. Read more

  • Via Dolorosa Street, Old City, Jerusalem

The Stations of the Cross are 14 points along the Way of the Cross in the Old City leading... Read more

  • Church of the Nativity, Manger Square, Bethlehem

The traditional site where Jesus of Nazareth was born Read more

  • Lions Gate, Jerusalem

The Church of St. Anne is located near the Lion's Gate in the Muslim Quarter of the Old City Read more

  • King David's Tomb, Mount Zion, Jerusalem

The Room of the Last Supper, also called the Cenacle, is where Jesus and his disciples shared their last... Read more

  • Church of the Flagellation, Via Dolorosa St, Jerusalem

About the Via Dolorosa Via Dolorosa is a 15 minutes multimedia installation that utilizes sound, video, animation and lights to take visitors back in... Read more

  • Rooftop of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem

The site includes the seat of the Archbishop, three churches and a large well from the Byzantine period. Read more

  • Next to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Old City of Jerusalem

A Russian church named after a Russian commander who was martyred. A patron of Czar Alexander III. Within the... Read more

  • Christian Quarter, Old City, Jerusalem

A main center of Christianity, the Christian Quarter in the Old City is filled with a variety of churches,... Read more

  • Mount Zion, Jerusalem

Mount Zion, a hill just outside the walls on the southern end of the Old City. Among the important... Read more

  • 20 Derech Shchem, Jerusalem

Situated a few minutes' walk from the Damascus gate to the Old City, St. George's Cathedral, established in 1899,... Read more

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