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The Via Dolorosa

  • Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
  • Photo: The Via Dolorosa
  • Photo: The Via Dolorosa
  • Photo: The Via Dolorosa

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Moving Experience
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 14, 2022

Walking Via Dolorosa the root Jesus took to his crucifixion is a moving Experience. There are 14 stations on the walk, cobblestone & steps ( slippery ) in some places. This is a tourist area with many shops so it gets very busy also beware of the small vehicles traveling along it. The...

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Walking Via Dolorosa the root Jesus took to his crucifixion is a moving Experience. There are 14 stations on the walk, cobblestone & steps ( slippery ) in some places. This is a tourist area with many shops so it gets very busy also beware of the small vehicles traveling along it. The walk finished at the Holy Sepulchre.

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Humbling Experience for the Christian Pilgrim
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 17, 2020

In Latin, the "Way of Grief" or "Way of Suffering" is a humbling experience for the Christian Pilgrim. Definitely a must do experience, traveling this venerated Via, where Jesus was tried and carried His cross to His crucifiction. We unfortunately found several of the Stations closed when we walked the Via Dolorosa,...

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In Latin, the "Way of Grief" or "Way of Suffering" is a humbling experience for the Christian Pilgrim. Definitely a must do experience, traveling this venerated Via, where Jesus was tried and carried His cross to His crucifiction. We unfortunately found several of the Stations closed when we walked the Via Dolorosa, but found it a moving experience none-the-less. Try not to get distracted by all of the bustling people and shops along the way; you may return to shop after completing the journey if you wish. I brought my Bible to read the Scriptural reference at each of the Stations along the way. TIP: We first toured "The Kotel", which leads through the Western Wall Tunnels, were we emerged at the end, onto the start of the Via Dolorosa. For the best experience on the Via Dolorosa, try to walk early, or after the tours of Christian pilgrims depart for the day, as it can get extremely congested, both on the processional route and at the conclusion in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

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The Route of Crucification
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on November 6, 2020

This is said to be the route which Jesus took, bearing the cross, on his way to be crucified. A definite must do for believers.