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Day 1 The Garden Tomb

Christians traditionally believe Jesus was crucified and buried at the site where the church now stands. Although some also claim the site of the nearby Garden Tomb as the site of his burial.

The Garden Tomb is located in Jerusalem and is by the Gethsemane.

Day 2 Gethsemane

Fashion may be Folly's child, but that never stopped gardeners, when the urge was on them, from planting something à la mode. That must be why olive trees ( Olea europea ), natives of the rocky dry soils of the eastern Mediterranean, are now so widely planted in British gardens
The Gethsemane is located in the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

Day 3 Chruch of the Holy Sepulcher

After the Crucifixion (death on the cross) of Christ, the early Christian church laid claim to Jerusalem as its holiest place, for the city was where many of the events in Christ's life took place, including his death, burial, and Resurrection (rising from the dead). The Church of the Holy Sepulchre also, housed the tomb of Christ, and other churches.
The Chruch of the Holy Sepulcher is located in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Day 4 Dome of the Rock

The Christian crusaders from Europe took over the Temple Mount and converted both the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque into Christian churches.
The Dome of the Rock is located in the Old City of Jerusalem.

Day 5 The Eucalyptus

Israel’s culinary traditions comprise foods and cooking methods that span three thousand years of history. They also have a 4.6 rate.

Christians celebrate Easter Sunday across Holy Land; Christian worshippers gather on Sunday in Jerusalem, the West Bank and the Gaza Strip for Easter Sunday services." Telegraph Online, 31 Mar. 2013. World History in Context, Accessed 28 Nov. 2016.

The Dome of the Rock Is Built: 688–691." Global Events: Milestone Events Throughout History, edited by Jennifer Stock, vol. 5: Middle East, Gale, 2014. World History in Context, Accessed 28 Nov. 2016.

The Holy City of Jerusalem." The Crusades Reference Library, edited by Neil Schlager, et al., vol. 1: Almanac, UXL, 2005, pp. 20-32. World History in Context, Accessed 28 Nov. 2016.


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