Chapel of Ascension (Jerusalem, Israel): An octagon chapel on Mt Olives, built over ancient structures. According to tradition, this sacred site is where Jesus ascended to heaven 40 days after resurrection.

Chapel of Ascension (Jerusalem, Israel): An octagon chapel on Mt Olives, built over ancient structures. According to tradition, this sacred site is where Jesus ascended to heaven 40 days after resurrection.

Via Dolorosa ("Way of Grief" in Latin) is a road in the old city of Jerusalem, a path where Jesus was lead in agony, carrying the crucifixion cross. There are a total of 14 stations along this path, based on events that occurred on the way to the Golgotha hill, the site of crucifixion, which is located at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Eight stations are marked along the old city road, while 6 additional stations are places in the compound of the church.

Via Dolorosa ("Way of Grief" in Latin) is a road in the old city of Jerusalem, a path where Jesus was lead in agony, carrying the crucifixion cross. There are a total of 14 stations along this path, based on events that occurred on the way to the Golgotha hill, the site of crucifixion, which is located at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Eight stations are marked along the old city road, while 6 additional stations are places in the compound of the church.

Church of the Primacy, Israel where Jesus appeared to Peter after Jesus' resurrection. "Feed my sheep"

Church of the Primacy, Israel where Jesus appeared to Peter after Jesus' resurrection. "Feed my sheep"

Archaeologists in NAZARETH unearthed this ancient home (above), which dates to the time of Jesus as a boy.

Archaeologists in NAZARETH unearthed this ancient home (above), which dates to the time of Jesus as a boy.

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