the mosaics are incredible, showing the originals thru floor windows. The surroundings are meditative.
About Church of All Nations (Basilica of the Agony)
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you need to go there to embrace all it has to offer spiritually and historically. take a guided tour of the city to understand better whatever you are about to discover. very sad event
This church is located right next to the Garden of Gethsemane at the Mount of Olives. Inside, you will find the bedrock where it was believed that Jesus was arrested after He prayed. My family are very glad to have entered here and prayed. Do...More
A Catholic Franciscan church built in 1924 by Italian architect Antonio Berluci .here , according to tradition, Jesus prayed his last prayer before he was extradited to the Romans .very nice ancient olive trees garden . The church is famous by its huge external mosaic...More
This church was beautiful being in the location of where Christ spent some of his last hours praying it was so meaningful and worshipful
The Church of All Nations (Basilica of the Agony) is an attractive church and important sight for Christian visitors on the Mount of Olives east of the Old City of Jerusalem. Opening hours are 8-12pm and again from 2-5pm daily. Several church buildings have been...More
Both internally and externally the Church is visually stunning. The choice of darkened glass in the Windows sets the scene for the agony but there are fantastic wall coverings to admire in addition to the external decor. One of the most visually attractive churches we...More
I was on a tour with a group and there were so many people that I was rushed in and out again and had no time to look at anything there. Was not happy and would like to try again. Too many people.
From way up on top of Mount of Olives, you can see this beautiful church and the colorful icons that cover it. It is not until you get close up and see the intricate mosaic work that makes this church so amazingly beautiful. It is...More