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The following “sites” are related to the Last Week of Jesus’ earthly ministry and his crucifixion and resurrection.

Don’t miss what WAS the best-preservedRolling Stone Tomb” in Israel — until it was destroyed.

Gordon’s Calvary and Garden Tomb — alternative (Protestant) site of crucifixion and burial/resurrection of Jesus.

Church of the Holy Sepulcher — probable site of crucifixion and burial/resurrection of Jesus.

Gethsemane/Church of All Nations — site of Jesus praying and his arrest.  There is a lesser known alternative site of Gethsemane located on the grounds of Mary Magdalene Church.

Mount of Olives — site of Palm Sunday entrance into Jerusalem and Jesus’ “Olivet Discourse.”

Via Dolorosa — sacred pilgrim route in Jerusalem.


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Gethsemane

The Garden of Gethsemane is located east of the Temple Mount, and east of the Kidron Valley, on the lower portion of the western slope of the Mount of Olives.

After his final meal with his disciples, Jesus retired to this garden to pray (Matt 26:30-56; Mark 14:26-52; Luke 22:39-53; John 18:1-12). It was here that the disciples slept while Jesus prayed and it is here that he was captured and led away to be crucified.

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