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Do not par at the closest parking lost to tge entrance. It is occupied by buses and if you get stuck between them in the first line (there are two parking lines), you will have to wait till the buses move- this canlast for 1-2...More
Tabgha - place of 5 lives and two fish... on the shores of Galilee. Church built over ruin of earlier church, “new” alter over earlier stone alter, beautiful mosaics...
Allow time to sit, think, and watch those around you from all over the world and...More
The church of the multiplication marks the approximate spot where Christ multiplied the bread and fish. It helps so much to see an area and understand the logistics of something. The church itself is beautiful and worth a visit.
Perhaps its best to walk around the church, imagine...More
I visited here in Sept with my 80 year old Mother. The site was incredibly busy with tourists. We were able to find a quite spot inside the church to reflect on the significance of this site to Christianity.
I loved this church, not only for its relevance regarding the loaves and fishes miracle, but also because of the beautiful mosaics. It was of less importance to me to be 100% sure if the miracle happened here or further away at the Church of...More
This church is located in the middle of the historical and archaeological remains of the village of Capernaum, located on the north banks of the sea of Galilee. Tradition suggests that this is where Jesus started preaching and that here is the house of St....More
Our pilgrimage group visited the Church of the Multiplication where Jesus performed the miracle of the multiplication of loaves and fish. This plain but beautiful church with a courtyard is so historic. Unfortunately during our visit, it was so popular and crowded with fellow pilgrims...More