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The Cenacle – Room of the Last Supper

  • King David's Tomb, Mount Zion, Jerusalem

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor ReviewsBased on 192 traveler reviews
Use your imagination
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 25, 2018

When you visit this room, you have to use your imagination a bit to mentally see the last supper. It’s hard because the last supper was held in an upper chamber room that probably wasn’t half as nice as this room. No matter how you slice it, it was still exciting to see and...

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When you visit this room, you have to use your imagination a bit to mentally see the last supper. It’s hard because the last supper was held in an upper chamber room that probably wasn’t half as nice as this room. No matter how you slice it, it was still exciting to see and mentally transport ,self back in time.

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Probably more meaningful to believers
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on July 9, 2018

This the traditional site of the Last Supper, and is not much to see now. I found it fascinating that the building bears the marks of change over time, having clearly been used by both Christians and Muslims over the years.

Rooms updated by subsequent occupiers - still very special
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on June 1, 2018

The rooms were updated by various occupiers of Jerusalem - it's obviously not the original 2000-year old building, and there is a mihrab and tiles with Arabic writing on them from a time it was occupied by Muslims, but it is still a very special place. There are stained glass windows and a metal...

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The rooms were updated by various occupiers of Jerusalem - it's obviously not the original 2000-year old building, and there is a mihrab and tiles with Arabic writing on them from a time it was occupied by Muslims, but it is still a very special place. There are stained glass windows and a metal "Tree of Life" sculpture has been placed in the room.

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