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While there is clear indication that the room purported to be that of the Last Supper could not, in fact, be this location, it has been thus recognized for years, and that veneration makes it a special place, if only in tribute. Our tour group...More
This was a very interesting area. Our guide showed us where Jesus supposedly had the Last Supper- well, somewhere in the area. I'm sure it's hard to pinpoint exactly where alot of those things took place. Also, saw King David's tomb where no one was...More
Lots of tourists, lots to see. Tomb of Dawud AS (King David), site of the last supper, and Hagia Sion (although we didn't go inside due to limited time). It is very busy with tourists and pilgrims alike so to get the most out of...More
On Mount Zion you can see how the three religions can coexist without quarrelling all the time. Situated next to the Armenian quarter, Mount Zion offers several sights one quite close to the other, e.g. King David's tomb or the Cenacle. It is a hill...More
You have to have a guidebook to fully appreciate what is here. The history of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim people have been blended together here. King David’s Tomb, The Upper Room, and so many other offerings are located here. Yes, buy a second-hand book,...More