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This is a very impressive place. Besides its Archeological interest, the spiritual significance is very special. The Lords Prayer is written in different languages. Two of them from my country, one in national language and one in the dialect of the south. The semi circle...More
This church was built on the spot where tradition holds that Jesus taught his disciples the Our Father. The courtyard has many mosaics with the Our father written in each of about about 150 different languages. An amazing sight.
This church, with its open altar and Lord’s Prayer-filled cloister is remarkable in that though it’s main attraction is a rundown cave, it shows how widespread the prayer is in the world. It’s worth a visit to see the tiled prayers. Entrance fee..
Built on the traditional site where Jesus taught the Our Father prayer. The prayer is written on over 150 large wall plaques each in a different language of the world, a testament to the human family under one "Our Father."
We walked down slope from the Dome of Ascension to the new church built to commemorate the Ascension of Jesus Christ.Old ruins have undergone various changes but well associated with the site as the venue for teaching His disciples including the Lord's prayer. Steps lead...More