This is one of the most important Christian shrines in the Holy Land, and is held by the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, ... More
This is one of the most important Christian shrines in the Holy Land, and is held by the Greek Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Armenian Orthodox, Coptic, Ethiopian and Jacobite Churches. The Emperor Constantine's magnificent (and much larger) fourth century basilica was destroyed by Persian invaders in 614, and rebuilt by the Crusaders (dedicated in 1184). Here you will find Golgotha, the Tomb of Christ (Anastasis), and various chapels. The Christian Information Centre at Jaffa Gate provides a current schedule of liturgies and other ceremonies. Bring a good guidebook, no admission charged.
For short term travelers seeking a fascinating look at Israeli culture or long term residents hoping to strike a bargain,
this crowded, yet inviting market is a meaningful experience. Fresh, inexpensive produce is in abundance but the market's specialties ...
This colorful store includes the work of a dozen of Jerusalem's finest ceramic artists. The art is modern with bright,
fun filled and Israeli influenced designs. Choose from bowls, dishes, vases, mirrors and lamps and lapel pins. In addition, ...
This enchanting store houses an impressive collection of originally designed gold and silver earrings, necklaces, pendants and rings. Artist, Sarah
Einstein, blends Middle Eastern styles with stones and beads from all over the world. Some necklaces combine Indian stones, ...
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