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View looking east at the façade of the Church of All nations.
This church was designed by Antonio Barluzzi and was dedicated in 1924. Since contributions for its construction came from all over the world—it is often called the Church of All Nations but it is also call “the Basilica of the Agony.”
This west (entrance) side of the church is composed of three large arches that are outlined framed by four massive columns. The columns in turn support a large gable that contains a mosaic depicting Jesus praying in the garden.
For a detail of the mosaic in the gable Click Here.