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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 260 traveler reviews
Place of Great Peace!
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 26, 2019

During our last full day in the Holy Land, our tour guide took the forty-nine of us to the Upper Room. It was a wonderful experience! It is a place of great peace. The Upper Room is the Room where Jesus and his disciples celebrated the Last Supper. After...

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During our last full day in the Holy Land, our tour guide took the forty-nine of us to the Upper Room. It was a wonderful experience! It is a place of great peace. The Upper Room is the Room where Jesus and his disciples celebrated the Last Supper. After his death, Jesus appeared to his disciples here. This was a place of great significance to me as well as the other forty-eight people on the pilgrimage. It is well worth visiting.

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The Last Supper
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 16, 2019

Not a whole lot to see in the room that is built over the site of the Last Supper, but it's a place where you should just stop and think and absorb the atmosphere. The purpose of the room has changed over time but you can't help but "feel" if you take the...

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Not a whole lot to see in the room that is built over the site of the Last Supper, but it's a place where you should just stop and think and absorb the atmosphere. The purpose of the room has changed over time but you can't help but "feel" if you take the time. All in all, still a beautiful room in the amazing Old Jerusalem.

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Upper Room or Site of Jesus' Passover Last Supper
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on December 7, 2019

Once the place where Jesus shared His last supper with the apostles, then a Crusader's church, then a mosque, now a unique holy site. No, the last supper didn't look like da Vinci's 15th century painting. Participants dined Roman style, reclining along the walls. The crumbling bits of a small mosque...

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Once the place where Jesus shared His last supper with the apostles, then a Crusader's church, then a mosque, now a unique holy site. No, the last supper didn't look like da Vinci's 15th century painting. Participants dined Roman style, reclining along the walls. The crumbling bits of a small mosque still stand in one corner and the pointed arches of the windows attest to this site's Muslim heritage. A unique column capital contains a Crusader-era carving of a pelican allowing her fledglings to "eat her heart out." Truly an exceptional place to visit.

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