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My advice to you is not to visit Jerusalem without visiting this place where the Christ child was born. It will be a very long line to go down into the grotto but It will be so worth it in the end just to touch...More
This place is also called the Grotto of Navity or the birth cave, also commonly called the Holy Manger. Being in this place reminds me of where Jesus was born in his simplicity as told in the Gospels. Its location is in a crypt in...More
This is the grotto where Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss, so it's a highly simbolic place, immediately close to the Virgin Mary church.
Worth a visit together with the church and the Gethsemane Garden
It’s adjacent to Mary’s Tomb.... tiny little place to pop in, take a pic and know the significance of it. Glad i saw it because it would niggle me forever if i never went in. Got the photo and left! Early morning and absolutely no-one...More
Near the Bassilica of Assumption few steps to the east-up hill, really preserved as it was years ago Since 1392 kept by the Franciscans Note the special art pieces In the center altar
Jesus praying among his Apostles
On the left altar a fresco of...More
One of the important places to visit at the foot of the Mount of Olives is the Cave of Gethsemane (Gethsemane Grotto) which is found by way of a small entrance just to the right of the Tomb of the Virgin.
Since the 4th century,...More
When you enter be sure to read the sign on your left describing the 5 events from the bible that occurred here.
We did not even know of this site until we came upon it while visiting the tomb of the Virgin Mary-entrance is to...More