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Photos marked as were added from 23 May 2020.


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Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Muslim Quarter
The old city is built on a hill.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jerusalem was originally called Urshalem (City of Shalem, a Cananite deity).
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
The city wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
New Gate dates from 1887 and leads to the Christian Quarter.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
There are 37 denominations of Christianity in the Old City.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
One of many churches in the Christian Quarter.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Narrow street.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Entrance to a house.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Arched passageway.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Christian information centre.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
 The centre of the Christian Quarter.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Drinking fountain.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Christian Quarter
Street near the Jaffa Gate.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jaffa Gate
Jaffa Gate.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jaffa Gate
Jaffa Gate faces West.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
 The route begins in the Muslim Quarter and has a number of Stations where events occurred on the way to the Crucifiction.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 1
 Station 1 is now an Islamic school (open to pilgrims in 1986). It is where the Roman Governor, Pilate condemned Jesus to death.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 1
The Islamic school was closed to pilgrims in 2019.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 1
Station 1 is marked by a plaque.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 2
Station 2 is a Franciscan complex.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 2
 Station 2 is the Franciscan Chapel of the Flagellation, marking where Jesus was whipped by the Romans.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 2
Carved entrance.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 2
The dome has a crown of thorns.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 2
The Sanctuary of the Flagellation.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
The 2nd century Ecce Homo Arch. Christians believe that Pilate presented the flagellated Christ and declared: "Behold the man" ("Ecce Homo" in Latin).
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
The Ecce Homo Basilica.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Muslim house along the early part of the Via Dolorosa.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
The entrance to the Church of Christ's Prison.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
Much of the church is underground.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
The church is a grotto.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
Christians believe that this is where Jesus was held prisoner before his Crucifiction.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
The prison cell.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of Christ's Prison
Sign in Greek, Russian and English.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 3
Plaque for Station 3 where Jesus fell for the first time.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 3
Station 3 is a small Armenian Catholic chapel.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 3
A Crown of thorns surrounding the Catholic symbol of Peter and the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
Station 4 is where Jesus is said to have met his mother.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
 The entrance to the Armenian Catholic complex that is Station 4.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
 The church in 1986
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
Relief of Jesus and his mother.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
The interior.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 4
Painting from Spain.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
The Via Dolorosa passes through market stalls.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 5
Station 5 represents the spot where the Romans ordered Simon the Cyrene to carry the cross for Jesus after he stumbled.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 5
The Chapel of Simon the Cyrene.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 5
 Christians believe that this is Jesus' handprint on the wall when he stumbled.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Narrow passageway.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 6
Station 6 is where Veronica wiped the brow of Jesus with a cloth. The cloth is said to show an image of Christ. Veronica ("Vera Icona") is Latin for "True Image".
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 6
Station 6 is marked by a door.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Souveneer shops.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Starion 7
The seventh Station is in the middle of a bazaar.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 7
Station 7 is the location of Jesus' second fall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Painted and decorated cloth for sale.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 8
Station 8 is where Jesus is supposed to have told a group of women to cry for themselves and not for him.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
 An Armenian Orthodox church near Golgotha, the site of the crucifiction. The Via Dolorosa ends in the Christian Quarter
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Crucifix.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Souveneer shop.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 9
 The Coptic church is Egyptian Orthodox.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Station 9
The courtyard of St Helen Coptic Church.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Religious market.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
The Via Dolorosa sign is written in Hebrew, Arabic and English.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The Church of the Holy Sepulchre in 2019 with many visitors.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The church is run by several denominations of Christianity.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The courtyard is overlooked by a minaret.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Crosses carried by pilgrims along the Via Dolorosa.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The courtyard in front of the church.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
The keys to the Church are held by two Muslim familes because of rivalry between the different denominations running the Church.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Via Dolorosa
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
 The inside of the church features many chapels each run by a different denomination of Christianity.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The Western Wall, also known as as the Waiting Wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The Western Wall is the remains of two temples built by Solomon (destroyed by the Babylonians) and by Herod (destroyed by the Romans in 70).
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
View of the praying area by the Wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The Western Wall is overlooked by the Temple Mount (Harem Es Sharif) with its passageway separate from the Jewish site.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The Al Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount is the third holiest site for Muslims.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The golden Dome of the Rock, an Islamic shrine, is on the Temple Mount overlooking the Wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
View of the crowds at the Western Wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Western Wall
The modern Jewish Quarter overlooks the courtyard in front of the Wall.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
 The Jewish Quarter in the Old City was rebuilt after 1967.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
 Pedestrian street.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Welcome sign.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Quiet street with three arches.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
School children.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
House reached by steps.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Street with tree.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Street with sharp turn.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Menora.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
A yeshivat, a Jewish meeting house.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Narrow street with arches.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Covered street.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Street with balconies.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Narrow, hilly street.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Jewish Quarter
Part of the city walls.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Night time outside the Old City.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
The Harem es Sharif is the Temple Mount which occupies a sixth of the area of the Old City.
2019
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
Al Aksa Mosque
 The minaret. Muslims believe that Muhammad ascended to Heaven from this spot.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
 View of the Harem es Sharif in 1986.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
 Islamic school in 1986.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The elaborately decorated entrance.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 Detail of the beautiful tilework.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
Dome of the Rock
 The Dome of the Rock in 1986.
1986
Israel / Palestine
Jerusalem [Old City]
Harem es Sharif
 The Harem es Sharif is under Palestinian control.
1986

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