Trip to Jerusalem By jakub

Day 1 The Church of the Holy Sepulchre

The church was identified as as the tomb of Jesus in the 19 century. The church has always been part of the Christian pilgrimage since the 4th century. The church is also the site of Jesus's resurrection. The churches original names was church of the Anastasis. The church has been preserved for over hundreds of years.

Day 2 Via Dolorosa

This is the path that Jesus walked to get crucified it is called " Way of sorrow". It is about 2,000 ft long (600 meters). There used to be 14 stations on the path, but only 5 remain today. Today the path is filled with vendors trying to sell you things. "Via Dolorosa means putting aside these images, but hopefully replacing them with other, even more meaningful ones that will bring you closer to moments you will always hold precious."

Day 3 mount of olives

This is the place where several important events happen related to Jesus. The gospels mention this place and this is also the place Jesus went to heaven. This place has been used as a cemetery for over 3,000 years. The ridge is a little over 2 miles long and the highest peak is 2,710 ft. You can see a lot of Jerusalem from this mountain

Day 4 The Pools of Bethesda

This I the pool where Jesus healed a person in need he also healed a blind man. They found it in the 19th century and it took them about a 100 years to identify it. The pool was also know as mikveh which means miracle. It is a five sided pool that has 2 basins. The pool was to have power to heal every back when Jesus healed many people with it.

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