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Mount of Olives Jerusalem Mount of Olives today Mount of Olives today, circa 1899 The Mount of Olives  is a mountain ridge...
© Miki Pitish   The Mount of Olives – view from Kidron Valley
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
The Church of Maria Magdalena © Miki Pitish
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Maria Magdalena
The Dominus Flevit Church  © Miki Pitish
© Miki Pitish   The Dominus Flevit Church
© Miki Pitish   The Dominus Flevit Church
View from the Dominus Flevit Church to the Jerusalem Old City  © Miki Pitish
The Church of Pater Noster  © Miki Pitish
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© Miki Pitish   The Church of Pater Noster
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Pater Noster
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Pater Noster
© Miki Pitish   The Church of Pater Noster
The Mary’s Tomb © Miki Pitish
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
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© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   The Mary’s Tomb
© Miki Pitish   Created by Izabela & Miki Pitish Music: Renata Tebaldi – Ave Maria
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  1. 1. Mount of Olives Jerusalem Mount of Olives today Mount of Olives today, circa 1899 The Mount of Olives is a mountain ridge in east Jerusalem with three peaks running from north to south. The Mount of Olives is associated with Jewish and Christian traditions. From Biblical times until today, Jews have been buried on the Mount of Olives. There are an estimated 150,000 graves on the Mount. The Mount of Olives is first mentioned in connection with David’s flight from Avshalom (II Samuel15:30): "And David went up by the ascent of the Mount of Olives, and wept as he went up." The ascent was probably east of the City of David, near the village of Silwan. The Mount of Olives is frequently mentioned in the New Testament as the route from Jerusalem to Bethany and the place where Jesus stood when he wept over Jerusalem. Jesus is said to have spent time on the mount, teaching and prophesying to his disciples, including the Olivet discourse, returning after each day to rest, and also coming there on the night of his betrayal. At the foot of the Mount of Olives lies the Garden of Gethsemane. The New Testament, tells how Jesus and his friends sang together - "When they had sung the hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives" Gospel of Matthew. Jesus ascended to heaven from the Mount of Olives. Garden of Gethsemane Landmarks on the Mount of Olives include the the Church of all Nations , the Garden of Gethsemane , the Church of Maria Magdalena , Dominus Flevit Church , the Church of Pater Noster , the Mary’s Tomb . The Mount Of Olives Jerusalem © Miki Pitish
  2. 2. © Miki Pitish The Mount of Olives – view from Kidron Valley
  3. 3. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  4. 4. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  5. 5. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  6. 6. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  7. 7. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  8. 8. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  9. 9. The Church of all Nations © Miki Pitish
  10. 10. The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
  11. 11. The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
  12. 12. The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
  13. 13. The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
  14. 14. The Garden of Gethsemane © Miki Pitish
  15. 15. The Church of Maria Magdalena © Miki Pitish
  16. 16. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  17. 17. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  18. 18. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  19. 19. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  20. 20. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  21. 21. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  22. 22. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  23. 23. © Miki Pitish The Church of Maria Magdalena
  24. 24. The Dominus Flevit Church © Miki Pitish
  25. 25. © Miki Pitish The Dominus Flevit Church
  26. 26. © Miki Pitish The Dominus Flevit Church
  27. 27. View from the Dominus Flevit Church to the Jerusalem Old City © Miki Pitish
  28. 28. The Church of Pater Noster © Miki Pitish
  29. 29. © Miki Pitish The Church of Pater Noster
  30. 30. © Miki Pitish The Church of Pater Noster
  31. 31. © Miki Pitish The Church of Pater Noster
  32. 32. © Miki Pitish The Church of Pater Noster
  33. 33. © Miki Pitish The Church of Pater Noster
  34. 34. The Mary’s Tomb © Miki Pitish
  35. 35. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  36. 36. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  37. 37. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  38. 38. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  39. 39. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  40. 40. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  41. 41. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  42. 42. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  43. 43. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  44. 44. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  45. 45. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  46. 46. © Miki Pitish The Mary’s Tomb
  47. 47. © Miki Pitish Created by Izabela & Miki Pitish Music: Renata Tebaldi – Ave Maria
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