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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 270 traveler reviews
Room of the last supper
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 24, 2020

One of the must-see in Mt. Zion during pilgrimage. By tradition, it is where the festive Passover meal with His Apostles took place. It is also considered the very first Christian church.

Quite empty
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 30, 2020

After going out of Zion’s Gate it is about five minutes’ walk. Reaching the place where it is supposed to have occurred the Last Supper it is a bit disappointing because you just see an empty middle age room which doesn’t make you “going back in time”. Enjoy!

Thought-provoking--room of the Last supper
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 20, 2020

The “upper room,” built above a 12th-century Crusader chapel that houses the tomb of King David, is reputed to be the site of the Last Supper (Jesus’s final meal), as well as the site of several resurrection appearances, and the place where the apostles received the Holy Spirit 40 days after the crucifixion (Pentecost)....

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The “upper room,” built above a 12th-century Crusader chapel that houses the tomb of King David, is reputed to be the site of the Last Supper (Jesus’s final meal), as well as the site of several resurrection appearances, and the place where the apostles received the Holy Spirit 40 days after the crucifixion (Pentecost). The room was bare but impressive with the large Roman arch on one end and the intricate Gothic arches of the ceiling (all original), and the restored stone floor. We could easily imagine the large table in the center of this room, with Jesus and his disciples having their last Passover meal together.

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