Jerusalem

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Jerusalem

  1. 1. JERUSALÉM
  2. 7. Puerta Dorada.
  3. 8. Puerta de de Sión, cerca del Cenáculo
  4. 9. Puerta de Herodes
  5. 10. Puerta de Damasco.
  6. 11. Puerta de Damasco – año 1900
  7. 12. Explanada del Templo
  8. 13. Explanada del Templo. Mezquita de la Roca.
  9. 15. Cúpula de La Roca
  10. 16. Fachada de La Roca
  11. 17. Entrada principal de la Mezquita Al-Aqsa .
  12. 18. Muro de la mezquita Al-Aqsa
  13. 19. MURO
  14. 22. cenáculo
  15. 23. Entrada
  16. 24. Jerusalén. El Cenáculo.
  17. 25. Jerusalén vista desde el monte de los olivos
  18. 26. Monte de los Olivos
  19. 27. Basílica de Getsemaní
  20. 29. Entrada Monte de Los Olivos
  21. 30. Olivos del Huerto
  22. 31. Iglesia de Getsemaní
  23. 32. Jesus resting on the rock after The Last Supper
  24. 33. Getsemaní 1
  25. 34. 1 2 3 Getsemaní Casa de Anàs Casa de Caifàs 4 Pretorio de Pilato 5 Via Dolorosa 6 Calvario 7 Sepultura
  26. 35. Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro
  27. 36. We finish with the Church of the Holy Sepulcher . This is the holiest site to Christianity, even holier then St Peter’s basilica in the Vatican. This enormous church is built on Jesus' crucifixion site – Golgotha, and inside is the cave were Jesus was buried in, resurrected and ascended. The place was first identified by Helena – mother of Constantine, the emperor who declared Christianity as the official country’s religion in 324 A.C. In 326 A.C. Helena arrived to Jerusalem to locate the place. In the site there was a Roman/pagan shrine, apparently to blur the memory of Jesus, but post factum it seems to have brought certainty to the identification of the site. The shrine was destroyed and instead Constantine and Helena established the first Church of the Holy Sepulcher, inaugurated in 333 A.C. The church was destroyed and renovated several times due to the different conquests, and the structure we know today was built in 1099 with the crusaders conquest and standing still though repeatedly renovated. Unlike most churches in the Christian world, that belong each to its certain order, this church is joint managed by 7 different orders, the three dominant ones being: the Greek orthodox, the Armenians and the Franciscans. On a lower rank are the Copts, the Syrians, the Ya’acobits and the Ethiopians (located on the church’s roof). (And the keys for the church, believe it or not, are in the hands of a Muslim family!!!)
  28. 37. Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro
  29. 38. Santo Sepulcro
  30. 39. Cúpula de la Iglesia del Santo sepulcro
  31. 41. Interior de la Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro
  32. 43. Convento Pater Noster Fue construido sobre el lugar donde Jesús enseñó a sus discípulos la Oración del Señor
  33. 45. Basílica de Santa Ana, del siglo XII, de estilo medieval, se le considera uno de los mejores templos de Jerusalén.
  34. 48. The descent to the room where Jesus was imprisoned The lower story chapel La capilla principal. Véase la adoración en el techo.
  35. 50. Los franciscanos salen a la calle cada viernes a hacer el Vía-Crucis.
  36. 54. En aquell temps,
  37. 56. Cima Ascensión
  38. 57. Cima de la Ascensión
  39. 58. ASCENSIÓN

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