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From the Olive Top it is possible to admire the wonderful panorama of the old town walled in with traditional districts: Christian, Armenian, Muslim and Jewish. In the landscape of the old town a Dome is the most characteristic element on Rock, regarded as one of most wonderful work of Islamic architecture.  In the background a Basilica of the God's Grave is visible. Mosque Al - Aksa is the largest Muslim church in the Palestine (holds 30 tys. faithful) and is one from most important on world.  Raised to the souvenir of Mahomet's night-time journey to the mercy seat called the Al - Isr. Dominus Flevit chapel (you started crying) - is going round in circles where in keeping with tradition the Christ bewailed the fate of Jerusalem.  Architecture of this building presented as tear is interesting. An oldest and the largest in the most world Jewish cemetery is on an Olive Top.  Putting pebbles on the grave instead of flowers is an interesting custom (it is a custom from times when mourners on the desert built the burial mound from stones). Orthodox church for St. Magdalena's Maria - built in 1885 by the tsar of III Aleksander for honouring one's mother.  Next characteristic element of the landscape of Jerusalem.
The pilgrim or the inhabitant of Jerusalem? Getsemani, the Garden of Gethsemane - literally „ stamping press of ” olives, traditionally explained as  olive garden  some claim that these trees can remember times of the Christ. Basilica of the Agony, called the Church of all Nations.  It is situated in the Getsemani garden above rock, on whom the Christ prayed in the night of capturing. A consortium of 12 nations financed the structure of the temple - hence 12 domes decorated with emblems of these states. Golden gate - only leading directly to the land of the Temple hill.  By it is her the Christ ran to Jerusalem into the Palm Sunday. He stays bricked in from times of the Middle Ages in expectation of the end of the world - when the Messiah will enter the city. Syjon mountain - lying to the south-east from the old town is of special importance for Jews, Christians and Muslims.  Here Wieczernik and the place of falling asleep for Maria of the Virgo are. Here Dawid's grave is also situated by the place of worship of both Jews and Muslims.
Church of NMP falling asleep - crowned with the high belfry and the dome at the top Syjon is dominating. The minaret of the Nebi Daoud mosque and the belfry of the Church of NMP falling asleep. Corners on the Syjon Top have their unique climate. Orthodox pilgrims.  It isn't possible to forget for contacts with world. Wieczernik (coenaculum - dining room) - was regarded as a place of eating the Last Supper.  Above the grave Dawid's king is being found. Ha-Kardo (Cardo) - High Street (actually, what after her stayed), on the pivot in the Roman garrison built after destroying Jerusalem in 70 r n is północ-połudnying. oh..  In the period of crusades she was it is a commercial High Street.
Temple hill - here in ancient times on his area found it oneself Jewish Temple.  At present there holy places of Muslims are: Dome to Scales and the mosque Al - Aksa. Below visible Saint place of Jews - Wailing Wall. Wailing Wall - is called also a West Wall with only kept to this day remains of the Jerusalem Temple. Orthodox Jews? Menora forged of the pure gold - the over 600 kg, the copy of the lost original, is waiting for his/her place.  Before she was in a demolished Jerusalem Temple Guys in black. In surroundings of the Damascus Gate.  In the present shape he comes from times of Wonderful Sulejman. With my sentence most beautiful.
In the Arabic part of Jerusalem. Church of st. Anna's - raised in the Romanesque style by crusaders in 1140 r.  The church is famous not only for fine architecture, but also from wonderful acoustics. Via Dolorosa - Ecce Homo bow establishing to the words of Pilate Here the Man. The III station of the way of the cross - with the Polish accent, because was renovated thanks try of Rev. Stefan of the Parsley - of Jabłonowski of both the generosity of Polish soldiers and emigrants. The VIII station in the backstreet of the Arabic small street.
Israeli soldiers are an indelible part of the landscape unfortunately and rather quickly it won't change. The basilica of the God's Grave is situated in a Christian District on the old town of Jerusalem, in the place, where the alleged grave of the Jesus of the Christ was found. 
There is this unusual place - there is probably in world no second of such a sanctuary, in whom representatives of this many Christian faith would have separate places and services.
The first building in this place was built with the permission of Constantine's emperor and Large.  Devoted in 336 r. Courtyard in front of the Basilica of the God's Grave.  The building assumed the today's shape during the reconstruction made by crusaders after capturing Jerusalem. The right entrance gate was bricked in after getting Jerusalem by Muslims in 1187 r. The IX Stations of the Cross - baring from robes.  Stairs are leading to the Calvary to the Chapel of baring the Jesus from Robes. Capitals of columns of the entrance portal.
By the access to the Basilica on the right-hand side a chapel of the Calvary, a place of crucifying the Christ are.  She was uplifted on rock, for it 5 m is climbing above the floor of the temple. Fragment of the silver Orthodox altar being above the place of the death of the Christ. Decorative lamps on the Calvary. Lamps above the Stone of the Anointing with sacred oil. Stone of the anointing with sacred oil, on whom according to the tradition they were supposed to place the body of the Christ after death. Chamber of the Grave of the Christ.
Entry to the Anastasis rotunda (of rising from the dead), whom the Chapel of the God's Grave is situated inside. Armenian chapel - in the place, where from three Marias watched crucifying the Christ. Katholikon, i.e. the Greek Choir, before choir of canons of the God's Grave.  Church at the church. Coptic św Chapel. of Michał of the Archangel. On the roof of the Basilica of the God's Grave, I am tomb of Ethiopian monks. Praying monk.
Dawid's citadel - Turkish stronghold from XVI in., together with urban walls. Dawid's citadel - Turkish stronghold from XVI in., together with urban walls.

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comments to the gallery (17):

 
wagabunda użytkownik wagabunda(posts:14) dodano 24.01.2014 01:27

Piękne. Ale ciekawa broda na zdjęciu nr 8!

katia użytkownik katia(posts:130) dodano 29.01.2011 12:29

Hej!
Wspaniała wędrówka po Jerozolimie. Dziękuję za powrót wspomnień, emocji i tego wszystkiego co towarzyszyło mi kiedy i ja odwiedzałam to wyjątkowe miejsce.
Piękne zdjęcia zawsze ogląda się z dużą przyjemnością.

hana użytkownik hana(posts:198) dodano 14.03.2010 12:40

Bardzo dobre zdjęcia. Pozdrawiam :)

beata-zbychu użytkownik beata-zbychu(posts:1002) dodano 25.11.2009 16:44

Cudownie się mam to oglądało i jeszcze do tej galerii wrócimy ponownie

felix użytkownik felix(posts:87) dodano 16.11.2008 16:33

Świetne zdjęcia i bardzo dokładny opis - prawdziwy ilustrowany przewodnik po Jerozolimie. Gratulacje!

mironel użytkownik mironel(posts:255) dodano 07.10.2008 20:35

Dobre zdjęcie ze świetnym komentarzem.

olazim użytkownik olazim(posts:2243) dodano 09.09.2008 20:05

Pięknie pokazane z precyzyjnym komentarzem- wszystko wydaje się bardziej ciekawe i zrozumiałe-pozdrawiam.

moneeq użytkownik moneeq(posts:1090) dodano 03.09.2008 21:29

...........................................na wielkie tak..........zachecajaco.pozdrawiam

taddd użytkownik taddd(posts:51) dodano 18.08.2008 20:53

Za miesiąc tam sie wybieram i Twoja galeria przybliża mi tamte klimaty i wprowadza w atmosferę.... dzieki. Już nie mogę się doczekać

czupur użytkownik czupur(posts:303) dodano 18.08.2008 11:44

Dobre zdjęcia i komentarz. Taką Jerozolimę pamiętam. Gratuluję i pozdrawiam.

filmdil użytkownik filmdil(posts:1407) dodano 16.08.2008 21:08

To już kolejna galeria z Jerozolimy, ale dzięki opisom ogladam ją z dużym zainteresowaniem. Brawo.

ryzykant użytkownik ryzykant(posts:145) dodano 16.08.2008 19:31

Dziękuję za sympatyczne komentarze. Cameron, w twojej uwadze jest odrobina racji. Przy zmianie rozdzielczości zdjęcia pogorszeniu ulega nieco jego ostrość. Użycie od czasu do czasu filtra wyostrzającego jest wskazane, o czym nie zawsze pamiętam. Pozdrawiam.

krushyna użytkownik krushyna(posts:396) dodano 16.08.2008 14:46

Z pełnym przekonaniem 10, poza tym ta menora taka niepozorna, a taka ciężka. Zdumiewające.

cameron użytkownik cameron(posts:260) dodano 15.08.2008 23:53

Świetny opis...w 100% przewodnikowy. Zawsze galerie z tego miejsca mnie nudziły, a tu przystępnie zaprezentowany temat. Niektórym zdjęciom brakuje jednak trochę ostrości...może warto poprawić w jakimś edytorze??? Pozdrawiam

doris użytkownik doris(posts:744) dodano 15.08.2008 22:31

Bardzo, bardzo podoba mi się "Twoja" Jerozolima....Należą się aż dwie dychy :) Pozdrawiam

ryzykant użytkownik ryzykant(posts:145) dodano 15.08.2008 22:21

Menora rzeczywiście waży ponad pół tony. Tyle tylko, że do jej zrobienia użyto "tylko" 45 kilogramów 24 karatowego złota.

knfred użytkownik knfred(posts:2455) dodano 15.08.2008 21:28

Ta menora ma naprawdę 600 kg ?
hejka!

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