The building itself is really wonderful, especially inside the dome when the light shines down.
If you're not religious it's an interesting place to look around but other than that it doesn't hold much appeal. The history behind the building (and the immovable ladder) are much more interesting.
The alleged site of Christ's tomb maybe best left to those who truly believe - we found the tiny room a little strange and though we were hoping for a sense of serenity we found nothing of the sort there. The queue to get in is also enough to make you weep (we stood in line for nearly 2 hours).
There are far more impressive buildings in Jerusalem for those who are visiting for more aesthetic reasons, but it's definitely something worth seeing once.
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