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3 - Jerusalem, the Christian Quarter and the Via Dolorosa
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Jerusalem, Israel: arches leading to Suq Aftimos, these are one of the last remnants of the Crusader hospital, Hospitaller Order of St. John - eastern side of the Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: arches leading to Suq Aftimos, these are one of the last remnants of the Crusader hospital, Hospitaller Order of St. John - eastern side of the Muristan, Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Muristan ornamental fountain and market, Suq Aftimos - the fountain honors Sultan Abed al-Hamid II - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Muristan ornamental fountain and market, Suq Aftimos - the fountain honors Sultan Abed al-Hamid II - Muristan, Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Mosque of Omar minaret - balcony used by the muezzin for the call to prayer (adhan) - built by Al-Afdal ibn Salah ad-Din, one of seventeen sons of Saladin, where Caliph Omar prayed after invading the city - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Mosque of Omar minaret - balcony used by the muezzin for the call to prayer (adhan) - built by Al-Afdal ibn Salah ad-Din, one of seventeen sons of Saladin, where Caliph Omar prayed after invading the city - Muristan, Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: neo-Romanesque stone belfry of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer (ErlŲserkirche), former Crusader church of St. Mary Latina - architect Friedrich Adler - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: neo-Romanesque stone belfry of the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer (Erlöserkirche), former Crusader church of St. Mary Latina - architect Friedrich Adler - Muristan, Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: silver dome of the Greek-Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist and shops with awnings of Suq Aftimos - built in the 11th C over the ruins of an earlier 5th C Byzantine church - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: silver dome of the Greek-Orthodox Church of St. John the Baptist and shops with awnings of Suq Aftimos - built in the 11th C over the ruins of an earlier 5th C Byzantine church - Muristan, Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Muristan fountain detail - column with Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher, symbol of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Muristan fountain detail - column with Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher, symbol of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre - Muristan, Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: metal framed Christian Orthodox icons for sale at Suq Aftimos - Last Supper; Virgin and Jesus; Mary, Joseph and Jesus - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: metal framed Christian Orthodox icons for sale at Suq Aftimos - Last Supper; Virgin and Jesus; Mary, Joseph and Jesus - Muristan, Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: fabric - textile with traditional Middle Eastern patterns for sale at Suq Aftimos - birds, flowers and geometrical motives - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: fabric - textile with traditional Middle Eastern patterns for sale at Suq Aftimos - birds, flowers and geometrical motives - Muristan, Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Crusader arch at  Suq Aftimos - hospital of the Knights Hospitaller during the crusades - symbol of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre carved in the center of the arch, Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher - Muristan, Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Crusader arch at Suq Aftimos - hospital of the Knights Hospitaller during the crusades - symbol of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre carved in the center of the arch, Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher - Muristan, Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Romanesque style facade of the Holy Sepulcher church, aka Church of the Resurrection - important pilgrimage destination since the 4th century - parvis - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Romanesque style facade of the Holy Sepulcher church, aka Church of the Resurrection - important pilgrimage destination since the 4th century - parvis - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - bell tower, contrails and flag of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre - Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - bell tower, contrails and flag of the Brotherhood of the Holy Sepulchre - Greek T and F, for 'taphos' meaning sepulcher - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - lamps and woman praying at the Stone of Anointing, aka the Stone of Unction, claimed to be the spot where Joseph of Arimathea prepared Jesus' body for burial - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - lamps and woman praying at the Stone of Anointing, aka the Stone of Unction, claimed to be the spot where Joseph of Arimathea prepared Jesus' body for burial - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - ray of light enters the dome over the Rotunda - sunlight streaming through the oculus at the dome's apex - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - ray of light enters the dome over the Rotunda - sunlight streaming through the oculus at the dome's apex - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - opulent oil lamps over the Stone of Anointing, contributed by Armenians, Copts, Greeks and Latins - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - opulent oil lamps over the Stone of Anointing, contributed by Armenians, Copts, Greeks and Latins - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: candles placed by the faithful burn brightly inside the Holy Sepulcher church - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: candles placed by the faithful burn brightly inside the Holy Sepulcher church - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Christ Pantocrator mosaic, interior of the dome at the Holy Sepulcher church - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Christ Pantocrator mosaic, interior of the dome at the Holy Sepulcher church - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - mosaic depicting the anointing of Jesus Christ for burial - outside wall of the Catholicon - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - mosaic depicting the anointing of Jesus Christ for burial - outside wall of the Catholicon - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - Calvary (Golgotha), traditionally regarded as the site of Jesus' crucifixion - main altar, run by the Greek Orthodox, which contains The Rock of Calvary, 12th Station of the Cross - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - Calvary (Golgotha), traditionally regarded as the site of Jesus' crucifixion - main altar, run by the Greek Orthodox, which contains The Rock of Calvary, 12th Station of the Cross - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - Calvary (Golgotha), traditionally regarded as the site of Jesus' crucifixion - hole said to be the place where the cross was raised - 12th station - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - Calvary (Golgotha), traditionally regarded as the site of Jesus' crucifixion - hole said to be the place where the cross was raised - 12th station - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - triple window decorated with Armenian motives - wrought Iron latticework - parvis - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - triple window decorated with Armenian motives - wrought Iron latticework - parvis - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: roof of the Holy Sepulcher church - small bell on a metal frame - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: roof of the Holy Sepulcher church - small bell on a metal frame - Christian quarter   Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - metal covered window with four small openings - parvis - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - metal covered window with four small openings - parvis - Christian quarter
Israel - Jerusalem: incense at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre - photo by Miguel Torres Jerusalem: incense at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre Israel - Jerusalem: Jesus Christ cruxified - Church of the Holy Sepulchre - photo by Miguel Torres Jerusalem: Christ - Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - the'Immovable Ladder' has remained in the same position since 1854, no cleric of the six ecumenical Christian orders may move, rearrange, or alter any property without the consent of all six orders - Christian quarter - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Holy Sepulcher church - the'Immovable Ladder' has remained in the same position since 1854, no cleric of the six ecumenical Christian orders may move, rearrange, or alter any property without the consent of all six orders - Christian quarter
Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - hand over the cavity which is said to be the imprint of Jesus hand, near 5th station - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - hand over the cavity which is said to be the imprint of Jesus hand, near 5th station   Jerusalem, Israel: stone facade of the Armenian Church of Our Lady of the Spasm, 36 Via Dolorosa, 3rd and 4th Stations, where according to Christian tradition Jesus met his mother Mary while carrying the cross - Latin inscriptions read 'Tuam Ipsius Animam Pertransivit Gladius', 'Thine own soul a sword shall pierce' and  and 'Venite Adoremus', 'Let us Adore' - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: stone facade of the Armenian Church of Our Lady of the Spasm, 36 Via Dolorosa, 3rd and 4th Stations, where according to Christian tradition Jesus met his mother Mary while carrying the cross - Latin inscriptions read 'Tuam Ipsius Animam Pertransivit Gladius', 'Thine own soul a sword shall pierce' and and 'Venite Adoremus', 'Let us Adore'
Jerusalem, Israel: street sign on Via Dolorosa, the holy path Jesus walked on his final day - sign in Hebrew, Arabic and Latin, tiles over stone ashlars - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: street sign on Via Dolorosa, the holy path Jesus walked on his final day - sign in Hebrew, Arabic and Latin, tiles over stone ashlars   Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, Station 5, carving of Franciscan arms with Jerusalem cross - Fransciscan Order symbol - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, Station 5, carving of Franciscan arms with Jerusalem cross - Fransciscan Order symbol
Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - souvenir shop - Christian orthodox icon (Jesus with the Madonna), carpets and a shofar horn - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - souvenir shop - Christian orthodox icon (Jesus with the Madonna), carpets and a shofar horn   Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, 5th station, door of the Franciscan  church dedicated to Simon the Cyrenian, who took  Jesus' cross, and carried it for him - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, 5th station, door of the Franciscan church dedicated to Simon the Cyrenian, who took Jesus' cross, and carried it for him
Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa -  Station 6 - dedicated to the woman, St. Veronica, who wiped Jesus face - Latin inscription 'Pia Veronica faciem christi linteo deterci', 'pious Veronica wiped the face of Christ with a cloth' - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - Station 6 - dedicated to the woman, St. Veronica, who wiped Jesus face - Latin inscription 'Pia Veronica faciem christi linteo deterci', 'pious Veronica wiped the face of Christ with a cloth'   Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - Station 6, door of the Greek Catholic chapel - Church of the Holy Face and Saint Veronica, administered by the Little Sisters of Jesus - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa - Station 6, door of the Greek Catholic chapel - Church of the Holy Face and Saint Veronica, administered by the Little Sisters of Jesus
Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, Armenian-Polish Catholic Chapel at the third station -  Armenian Catholic Patriarchate - bas relief sculpture of Jesus carrying the cross - on the left the minaret of the Darghat mosque, El-Wad road - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Via Dolorosa, Armenian-Polish Catholic Chapel at the third station - Armenian Catholic Patriarchate - bas relief sculpture of Jesus carrying the cross - on the left the minaret of the Darghat mosque, El-Wad road   Jerusalem, Israel: keffiyeh / kufiya / ghutrah / shemagh - traditional Arab headdress, a square cotton scarf with a woven check pattern - made famous as the Palestinean scarf - Via Dolorosa - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: keffiyeh / kufiya / ghutrah / shemagh - traditional Arab headdress, a square cotton scarf with a woven check pattern - made famous as the Palestinean scarf - Via Dolorosa
Jerusalem, Israel: Alexander Nevsky Church - Russian Orthodox complex - contains the remains of the 4th century Holy Sepulchre Church - Via Dolorosa - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Alexander Nevsky Church - Russian Orthodox complex - contains the remains of the 4th century Holy Sepulchre Church - Via Dolorosa   Jerusalem, Israel: Saint Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church - contains the Roman 'Justice Gate' - flag of the Imperial Russian Orthodox Palestine Society, inscription from the Old Testament, Isaiah 62, 'For Zionís sake I will not keep silent, and for Jerusalemís sake I will not rest' - Shuk HaTzvaim, Via Dolorosa - photo by M.Torres Jerusalem, Israel: Saint Alexander Nevsky Russian Orthodox Church - contains the Roman 'Justice Gate' - flag of the Imperial Russian Orthodox Palestine Society, inscription from the Old Testament, Isaiah 62, 'For Zionís sake I will not keep silent, and for Jerusalemís sake I will not rest' - Shuk HaTzvaim, Via Dolorosa
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