The Cenacle, Jerusalem

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Religious Site Tourist Spot
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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  • August 5, 2017
    Has become known as the last supper room, local tour guides are going in rather than eating style that took over where they may be the last supper room and according to the description, the crusade was, at the time, was sitting, lying, apparently was eating so-called stretched out in. I was amazed and Leonardo da Vinci's paintings are quite far apart. Still others are inlaid and stained-glass Windows if the inside of the room parts have parts written in Arabic, the altar-like.
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  • August 4, 2017
    Traditional local re-chroming but that due to the influx of people is too complicated to manage all the feelings of anyone who approaches. God will know what's in people's intimate but sometimes their actions are complicated for those who are on the outside .... some sing and be happy and others don't even realize because they are singing not understand what they say is a small Tower of Babel ... It is worth visiting the via dolorosa, but other than that there's not much practical interest.
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  • July 30, 2017
    Currently managed by the Arabs, it is only if the cartelillos indicators are strictly followed. It is a flat top of the tomb of David, which is was where took place the last supper. I think that almost all Westerners believers or not have in mind the representation that Leonardo Da Vinci made centuries after that historic moment. You should go.
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