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The Via Dolorosa

  • Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

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Very interesting and moving experience / activity
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 1 day ago

The Via Dolorosa (and Stations of the Cross) is fascinating - for Christians, in particular, and anyone interested in history. The walk can get busy, so best to go early before the crowds arrive. The stations are marked and some have written commentary explaining what happened at the site. Read up on the history...

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The Via Dolorosa (and Stations of the Cross) is fascinating - for Christians, in particular, and anyone interested in history. The walk can get busy, so best to go early before the crowds arrive. The stations are marked and some have written commentary explaining what happened at the site. Read up on the history and the route before you begin to maximise the experience.

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Dolorosa
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 3 days ago

The tragic road of Jesus, not the road that Jesus once carried on a cross from the place where he was tried to the Golgotha ​​Hill. Today it is the path from the Church of All Nations to the Churches of Christ's Tombs. There are plenty of steps and steps, but it's not nearly...

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The tragic road of Jesus, not the road that Jesus once carried on a cross from the place where he was tried to the Golgotha ​​Hill. Today it is the path from the Church of All Nations to the Churches of Christ's Tombs. There are plenty of steps and steps, but it's not nearly as close as it is. Today, many pilgrims and believers can be met this way, they carry a cross, pray, sing ... All places where Jesus stopped to rest or fall is marked and you can see them, and read what they mean.

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Crowded but worth the journey
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 13, 2019

It's not about what I say but really it is for you to see for yourself, to feel the journey of the cross as you physically stand and touch the places Jesus has touched. It's a very personal journey and at the end of the day; it is about seeing for yourself and coming...

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It's not about what I say but really it is for you to see for yourself, to feel the journey of the cross as you physically stand and touch the places Jesus has touched. It's a very personal journey and at the end of the day; it is about seeing for yourself and coming here for your own pilgrimage that matters, not mine or anyone else's review on Trip Advisor.

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