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View looking down the nave toward the front of St. Anne’s Church.  Traditionally the apse is on the eastern end of the central nave.

Note the pointed arches and the austerity of this Romanesque Church.

The Church, although reconstructed, is one of the best examples of Romanesque Crusader architecture that is preserved in Jerusalem.

For a brief description of the St. Anne’s Church Click Here.