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The Cenacle, Jerusalem

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Allegedly the site of the Last Supper, The Cenacle sits within a Franciscan church known for its Gothic stylistic details, including pointed arches and column capitals. Due to its religious significance, the room remains a must-see attraction for many Christian visitors. For casual tourists, the attraction remains an interesting example of architectural beauty that survived many centuries of upheaval and destruction. To visit The Cenacle on your trip to Jerusalem, use our Jerusalem trip itinerary builder.
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  • This great historic site provokes a lot of excitement and emotions in visitors as it is recognized as a room where Jesus celebrated his last Passover Seder Supper. Not really a lot to see inside. Nice...  more »
  • It is on the Hill southwest of Jerusalem outside the walled from the SV, corresponding in time of Jesus to the high and residential city, today called Mount Zion Christian. The House "head and mother of all churches" was lucky to be saved from the destruction of Jerusalem with Titus and Hadrian and was used by the community judeo´cristiana, until the Constantinian basilica of the Holy Sepulchre takes the primacy and the hierarchy of the city. There is no doubt that this House where Jesus celebrated the Jewish Passover supper, a large upstairs room, owned by an acquaintance of his, has no value artistico-monumental, only for us Christians, that we commemorate the last supper with his Apostles. Where Judas betrayed him.
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  • Powered exclusively by religious value and figurative. That the last supper as told in the Gospels has occurred right there is very questionable but needed a place to celebrate this event.
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