Amazing history and faith. The colors of the church make the experience almost like a dream, the prayers going up to the heavens and twinkle of the glass makes you feel welcomed and comfortable.
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This is clearly an incredibly important religious historical site and even as an atheist I found it fascinating. However, its worth having a guide book or reading up beforehand because there is no information inside at all to guide you on what each part of...More
Historically and biblically very important. Safe and easy walk thru the market place to arrive there. Modest dress required - shoulders and knees need to be covered. Early or late visit best due to popularity and groups visiting. Audio or tour guide needed to explain...More
Very historical place. Inside of the church, there is a place that people believe it is the crusification place of Jesus Christ! Very holy place for Christians. Even our guide said that people are saved money in their entire life on order to afford to...More
Didn't like visiting this church. It felt heavy and kind of dark. It was under major renovations and had scaffolding everywhere inside. It took us over an hour waiting in line to see where Jesus was born and I can't help but wonder if it...More
End of the Via Doloraosa and heart of Christianity. Because of the many tourist and pilgrims inside the religious experience gets lost but still a location a Christian cannot afford to miss.
One of the must see sites of Jerusalem, but not always an easy place to be. The Church of the Holy Sepulchre captures the sense of the holy at the heart of the christian faith, but also the divides and tensions between the different denominations...More
Amazing history but be prepared for a long wait if you wish to enter the tomb of the Holy Sepulchre. But plenty of other historical and religious icons to fill a couple of hours. Photos alowed everywhere except in the tomb.
Always crowded and the lines for the tomb are really too long. But this is a holy place with its history and some picante stories like for example the story of the ladder in the first floor window, the way the place is divided among...More