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Holy Land Guided Tour

Holy Land Pilgrimage

 

A pilgrimage tour includes at least one day in the Jerusalem. Here is a sample: Start with Mary’s Spring in Ein Kerem, St. John’s Church (over John’s birthplace) and the Church of the Visitation. View the glory of Jerusalem from a famous promenade, and from the peak of the Mount of Olives. Visit the Mosque of Ascension and the Paternoster Church, then continue down the mountain to Dominus Flevit (a tear-shaped church over the site where Jesus wept).

Walk through age-old olive trees in the Garden of Gethsemane and enter the Church of All Nations. Visit the serene Garden Tomb. Pass through Lions’ Gate and into St. Anne’s Church, next to the biblical Bethesda. Then follow the Via Dolorosa and end the day with Mount Zion and the Cenacle. Contact us for details and information on pilgrimage trips outside the city – to biblical sites that include the cave of John the Baptist in the Jerusalem Hills.

 

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