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Christian Sites

Church of All Nations

 Christian Travel Guide | Church of All NationsBelieved to be Jesus' final sanctuary and the exact location of his Passion, the Church of All Nations (often referred to as the Basilica of Agony) is situated at the foot of the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. It is in this pastoral location that, according to the scriptures, Christ was last seen praying before being captured by the Romans and sentenced to be crucified. Learn more

 

Church of the Holy Sepulchre

 Christian Travel Guide | Church of the Holy Sepulchre Situated at the heart of the Christian Quarter in the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, also known as the Church of Resurrection , is a holy site for the city of Jerusalem as much as for the Christian world. Learn more

 

Church of the Annunciation

 Christian Travel Guide | Church of the AnnunciationThe Church of the Annunciation (or Basilica of the Annunciation, as it’s sometimes known), is located in Nazareth, in the Galilee, and one of the top sites for any Christian on a Holy Land tour. The current structure lies atop the first two shrines built on the location, and contains remnants from those earlier eras. Learn more

 

Christian Sites in Jerusalem

 Christian Travel Guide | Christian Sites in Jerusalem Of its many distinctive qualities, Jerusalem is perhaps most known for religious tolerance. Christianity, Judaism and Islam come together in the state capital, forming a unique mosaic of beliefs and religious practices. Learn more

 

The Garden of Gethsemane

 Christian Travel Guide | The Garden of GethsemaneBest known as the garden adjacent to the Church of All Nations and not too far from the Church of Mary Magdalene, wherein Jesus and his disciples came to pray after the Last Supper, the Garden of Gethsemane is historically linked to both prayer and betrayal. Learn more

 

The Garden Tomb

 Christian Travel Guide | The Garden TombLocated outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem, adjacent to the Damascus Gate, the Garden Tomb is the burial ground on which Jesus' tomb lies. Learn more

 

Mount of Beatitudes

 Christian Travel Guide | Mount of BeatitudesFamous for being the site wherein Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, the Mount of Beatitudes in located in Israel's northern region, adjacent to the Hebrew town of Ginosar and in close proximity to the Sea of Galilee. Learn more

 

Mary's Tomb - a Complex of Sanctity

 Christian Travel Guide | Mary's TombLocated inside a church which is itself situated in a cave fortress, Mary’s Tomb is as if embedded into the rocky front of Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives. The cave is entered via a staircase which, as it winds down to Mary’s Tomb, also leads to the Chapel of Saint Joseph—Jesus’s earthly father, and to the Chapel of Joachim and Anne—Mary’s parents. Learn more

 

Tabgha - Where Christ Performed Miracles

 Christian Travel Guide | TabghaLocated on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, the Tabgha (also called The Place of Seven Springs or Ein Sheva in Hebrew) is best known to the Christian world as the site wherein Christ performed the Miracle of the Multiplication of Fish and Loaves. Learn more

 

Via Dolorosa

 Christian Travel Guide | Via Dolorosa The Via Dolorosa (Latin for "Painful Way" or "Path of Grief"), undoubtedly one of the most important urban landmarks in the world and arguably the most important site to the Christian world, commemorates Christ's sacrifice and its redemptive powers. Learn more