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The Bethesda pools are an interesting archaelogical site, and the Church of St Anne (with the statue of Mary as a little girl with her mom) is simple but moving. It's a fairly quick stop- but worth stopping.
The acoustics in this church are really unbelievable. They are even better than the church built over Peter’s House in Capernaum. Therefore, if you go here with a group then sing a song or two.
Stay and listen as other people sing. When I was...More
The experience of singing in this place was awesome. We started singing and the whole place joined us in multiple languages. It was a beautiful experience. The grounds are worth the time to check out also.
Built to mark the birthplace of St Anne, Mary's mother. This French church has some of the most amazing acoustics.
The temple is in the basement ans is worth dropping in. It is adjacent to the Bethesda baths.
Clean restrooms and shady park benches in...More
This church, built by the crusaders is a simple stone building with very little decoration. Located near the beginning of the Via Dolorossa, it is oftern overlooked the crowds walking by. there is a charge to entire the peaceful courtyard and surrounding Pool of Bethesda...More