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Church of St. Anne

  • Lions Gate, Jerusalem

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Pool of Bethesda ruins & Church
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

The grounds are a haven of peace with a beautiful garden. The church is from Crusader times and is kind of severe when compared to the Orthodox churches, but it has great acoustics and we enjoyed a fantastic solo performance as well as a large choir of a visiting group of pilgrims. But the...

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The grounds are a haven of peace with a beautiful garden. The church is from Crusader times and is kind of severe when compared to the Orthodox churches, but it has great acoustics and we enjoyed a fantastic solo performance as well as a large choir of a visiting group of pilgrims. But the most important part for me was the excavated ruins of the Pool of Bethesda, of five porticoes, where Jesus healed the Paralytic.

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Beautiful Catholic Church and ruins
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 28, 2019

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.

Get ready to have your breath taken away!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on August 27, 2019

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 St Anne's itself is magical, with...

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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 St Anne's itself is magical, with its perfect accoustics - if you have a singing voice, you can sound like an angel when you sing in this church.

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