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The Cenacle – Room of the Last Supper

  • King David's Tomb, Mount Zion, Jerusalem

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TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 280 traveler reviews
"Feed your imagination"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 16, 2022

If you could imagine a room for the Last Supper this would be it. Certainly worth visiting as part of your walk around Mount Zion but probably not as a special trip. However there does not seem to be any evidence to support its authenticity.

"Last Supper was held here"
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 12, 2022

Traditionally, Jesus and his Disciples are believed to have shared their Last Supper here. The Room of the Last Supper is quite large, with Gothic style architecture, which shows Middle Eastern stylistic influences. The Last Supper is thought to have been a Seder, which is the traditional Jewish Passover meal. The Room of the...

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Traditionally, Jesus and his Disciples are believed to have shared their Last Supper here. The Room of the Last Supper is quite large, with Gothic style architecture, which shows Middle Eastern stylistic influences. The Last Supper is thought to have been a Seder, which is the traditional Jewish Passover meal. The Room of the Last Supper will evoke mixed feelings among Christians, because soon after Jesus was taken away and crucified. The Room of the Last Supper is on Mount Zion. Mount Zion is outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, but it is also the City's highest point.

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"Last supper room ."
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on October 13, 2022

Walking through the zion gate upper floor room slightly monitered the place is holy for christens and muslims too. One can see the mehrab(muslims direction to pray) and other arabic plaques too . One spends some quiet moments there and get the feel of this holy place .Exit is unassuming too but worth...

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Walking through the zion gate upper floor room slightly monitered the place is holy for christens and muslims too. One can see the mehrab(muslims direction to pray) and other arabic plaques too . One spends some quiet moments there and get the feel of this holy place .Exit is unassuming too but worth a visit .

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