St Ann: a beautiful XII century church, built by Crusaders, the place where it is said to have been born St Ann (Hannah), a short distance from Via Dolorosa, very loved by the believers who come here from around the world. The small church is always crowded,
and jobs and religious songs here are impressive.
Church of All Nations: near the Old City, Mount of Olives, lies this beautiful church, built around a rock in the Garden of Gethsemane, the place of worship inside can be seen a beautiful mosaic floor. Marquetry ceiling is gilded. It is one of the most famous
churches in Jerusalem.
Assumption Church: the Virgin Mary erected on the grave site. Initially, in the fifth century, a chapel here was built, then destroyed. Then in 1130 the church would be rebuilt by Crusaders who built here a house of worship impressive. After the occupation
of Jerusalem by Muslims, the tomb remained intact, but the church was partially demolished, rebuilt by the Franciscan monks until the second half of the fourteenth century. Rite Orthodox. Be worth visiting just for its interior, most notably a mosaic representing
Lutheran Church: Located in the Christian Quarter, near the Holy Sepulchre Church, was built in the fourth century on the foundations of an ancient Roman temple of the goddess Venus, being rebuilt by Crusaders in the twelfth century.
St George's Cathedral: its neo-Gothic towers and impressive architecture, the cathedral is one of the most popular tourist destinations and the Anglican archdiocese headquarters. In British style, rare in this part of the world with a vast courtyard, the complex
includes a college, a school, a small garden, home and church.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre: the most important place in Jerusalem for Christians around the world, St Sepulchre is built just above the place where Jesus was buried. Built in 336 by Empress Helena of Byzantium, later destroyed, had to be rebuilt several times
by the Crusaders and pilgrims today structure dating from 1810. Tens of thousands of believers come each year in this place, especially during holidays and the place is more than busy. Holy Sepulchre is located inside a chapel, and jobs that take place here
are several denominations: Armenian Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox. Another proof of the importance of this place for Christians.
Via Dolorosa: Christians who come here always get the Way of the Cross, Via Dolorosa, located in the Muslim Quarter today, passing by Pilate's Palace, Hadrian's Arch, the places where tradition says Jesus took the cross, where he collapsed three times, finally
reaching the Golgotha. It is a pilgrimage that hundreds of thousands of people make it every year.
Western Wall: Israel sacred place, is all that was kept from the Second Temple destroyed by Romans in AD 70, a place where Jewish believers come to pray and mourn for the loss of the Temple. Temple where more than a millennium has been the center of religious,
spiritual and cultural. But the Western Wall, with its esplanade, is the location of the Bar Mitzvah ceremony, where both believers and atheists stand in stone wall