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The Stations of the Cross

  • Via Dolorosa Street, Old City, Jerusalem

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The most emotional place inside Jerusalem
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

You cannot visit Jerusalem, without visiting Via Dolorosa. It's the road of Martyrdom for a real God and a truly human. Walk on it and feel the suffering of Jesus Christ, the suffering of every single man inside the journey of life .There about 14 historical places/stops at Via Dolorosa. The only problem is...

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You cannot visit Jerusalem, without visiting Via Dolorosa. It's the road of Martyrdom for a real God and a truly human. Walk on it and feel the suffering of Jesus Christ, the suffering of every single man inside the journey of life .There about 14 historical places/stops at Via Dolorosa. The only problem is that there is inside a vivid city, inside a crowded bazaar, so it is difficult to consentrate and hear your inner voice. The most emotional thing was the christians groups who walked the way, carried a cross and singing all time.

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Great Guide Helps!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 11, 2019

I might have had a difficult time finding my way, but our guide was wonderful, explaining the significance of each stop along the way. Since the way goes through Old City, it's hard for a group to stay together, but we managed to stop at all the sites along the way.

Amazing experience
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 10, 2019

The road has signs for the different stations of Jesus way before his death. We were lucky to have a knowledgable guide and experience a live party walking up the way singing and carrying a cross themselves. You can live and breathe the history, but be aware of the crowds and obstructions / steps on the...

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The road has signs for the different stations of Jesus way before his death. We were lucky to have a knowledgable guide and experience a live party walking up the way singing and carrying a cross themselves. You can live and breathe the history, but be aware of the crowds and obstructions / steps on the way.

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