Jerusalem Highlights

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Jerusalem is unlike any city that I have visited before. The combination of ancient ruins, religious churches and sites, and modern neighborhoods, make Jerusalem an eclectic and spiritual city.

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With so much to explore in Jerusalem, one could spend days discovering the gems of this remarkable city.

Old City Highlights:

The Old City holds some of the world’s most significant religious sites within its centuries’ old stone walls.

The Via Dolorosa or “Way of the Cross” is the recognized route Jesus walked carrying his cross from the trial to the site of his crucifixion and burial.

Via Dolorosa:

Within the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, the Stone of Unction lies on the floor just inside the main entrance.

Church of the Holy Sepulcher:

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The Muslim Quarter is the largest section of Jerusalem in both area and population.

Muslim Quarter:

The interior is said to have beautiful mosaics, frescoes, the great rock shrine, and a haram.

Dome of the Rock and Al-Aqsa Mosque:

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This neighborhood is largely an Arabic population. During the years when the city was divided, Jordan controlled this area of Jerusalem.

East Jerusalem:

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