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Review of Dominus Flevit

Dominus Flevit
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Jerusalem Three Religions Mount of Olives Walking...
Ranked #47 of 316 things to do in Jerusalem
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Owner description: This tear-shaped church was built between 1953 and 1955 on the spot where, according to tradition, Jesus wept over Jerusalem.
Reviewed January 18, 2013

stopped here on my walk down mt of Olives. Great view of the old city. Small, attractive building. Worth a quick stop while descending down the mount.

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Reviewed December 14, 2012

The place has no real importance to the faith, religious authorities cannot prove the place where Jesus cry, but the place have a perfect vision to the Holy City of Jerusalem, is so quiet and excellent place to pray.

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Reviewed November 1, 2012

The church itself isn't particularly remarkable, however they do have a great view of the ancient city. Inside the church the front window has a cross at the centre that imposes nicely over the Temple Mount.

Worth picking up a couple of stones to take home, if anyone asks what they are,.. well, they're the stones that would have cried out!!

although most stones there seem to be modern flint stone..

1  Thank ramzoozi
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Reviewed October 3, 2012

A nice story/tradition is related to this church ( and as i already wrote at other rating- the story and tradition are the main thing. take a good guide!!) but the main thing about this church is the location, just on the other side of the holliest place for Jews and second holiest place for Muslim. the view is breathtaking (not in an artistic way)

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Reviewed January 25, 2012

It is a small and very beautiful church, but it most important asset in the view. The church is build in a westward direction, and not eastward - making it a unique church (perhaps the only on in the world facing west). This was done in order that the church would face Temple Mountain, and the view of the dome of the rock from this church is one of the best in Jerusalem (perhaps only the roof of the Austrian Hospice has a better view).

Thank Deror
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