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The Cenacle, Jerusalem

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web
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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  • In this lovely room at mount Zion Jesus hat his "Last Supper" with the 12 apostles, so it is again a very holy place in Old Jerusalem. 
  • the room of the last supper is as a place. but whether Jesus would recognize the space still is a second.
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  • This is definitely a must see when you are on a tour in Israel. This has been a stop on all three of my trips (1998,1999, and 2016). This is just an amazing experience. 
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