Dominus Flevit is a Roman Catholic Church (compound) located on the upper third of the Mount of Olives overlooking the city of Jerusalem to the west.
This church was designed by Antonio Barluzzi and was constructed in the 1950s. The roof of the church is designed to resemble a "teardrop" — as the church commemorates Jesus weeping over the city of Jerusalem (Luke 19:41–44). On each of the four corners of the church are large representations of small glass vessels which were used to catch the tears of mourners in the first century A.D.
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