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The Stations of the Cross

  • Via Dolorosa Street, Old City, Jerusalem

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A good way to see the Old City of Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

There are 14 Stations and even if you are not religious it is a good path to follow to see other sites en route e.g. the Crusader Church of St Anne's and the Pools of Bethesda which are opposite Station number 1 (the courtyard of Umariyya School) and just inside the Lion's Gate. If...

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There are 14 Stations and even if you are not religious it is a good path to follow to see other sites en route e.g. the Crusader Church of St Anne's and the Pools of Bethesda which are opposite Station number 1 (the courtyard of Umariyya School) and just inside the Lion's Gate. If you can, get a map and/or guide book, as this will make it more meaningful and you won't miss anything on the way. The last 5 Stations are located in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. You will find individuals and/or groups of people who will be praying or singing at some of the stations so please be respectful of them and if you can stay for some of the singing as it can be beautiful.

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The Stations of the Cross
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

We walked along to the various stations. Some experts say that Jesus was lashed to the main cross beam of a cross, not the entire cross as is sometimes depicted in renderings.

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Such an experience
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

It was magical to walk the Via Dolorosa . As a catholic it was an incredible experience to walk by the stations were Jesus carried the cross !