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The Church of the Holy Sepulchre
In the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is located a few steps from the Muristan. According to traditions dating back at least to the 4th century, the two most sacred sites of Christianity are contained within this church: the place where Jesus of Nazareth was circumcised and presented to the temple, where he chased the money changers, and where he was crucified, a place known as “Calvary” or “Golgotha”, and the empty tomb of Jesus, where it is said that he was buried and resurrected. The tomb is surrounded by the sanctuary built in the eighteenth century, called the Edicule (Aediculum).
The Church of the Twelve Apostles
The Church of the Twelve Apostles is a red-domed Greek Orthodox Church that memorializes Christ’s appointment of His apostles. It is in Capernaum, a fishing village on a well-traveled route (Via Maris) around the Sea of Galilee. It is also known as the Church of the Seven Apostles, a reference to Jesus’ appearance after his death to seven of his disciples — Simon, Peter, Thomas, Nathanael, James and John and two other disciples. This place of pilgrimage was filmed for you in Virtual Reality 360°. This area is not far from the place of the White Synagogue and The Church of The Beatitudes.
Caesarea is an amazing place. It is a national park where you can find ruins of the ancient Roman port, beautiful beaches and other stunning historical areas. Caesarea is originally an ancient port city built by Herod, located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea of Israel between Tel Aviv and Haifa. The site has recently been restored to create one of the most attractive and fascinating archaeological sites in Israel and the Mediterranean. We present the restored Amphitheater of Caesarea which hosts many concerts during the summer, and many shops and restaurants nearby. Additional places that you can discover include the Roman Aqueduct, the Roman Hippodrome and the Promontory Palace.