The Cenacle, Jerusalem

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Allegedly the site of the Last Supper, The Cenacle sits within a Franciscan church known for its Gothic stylistic details, including pointed arches and column capitals. Due to its religious significance, the room remains a must-see attraction for many Christian visitors. For casual tourists, the attraction remains an interesting example of architectural beauty that survived many centuries of upheaval and destruction. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to The Cenacle by using our Jerusalem road trip planner.
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  • This is supposed to be on or near the traditional site of the Last Supper. It is a room that I believe dates back to the Crusaders, though it has been redone several times since. It is above the Jewis...  more »
  • Some historical finds do not give the absolute certainty that it took place on the last dinner and on the lower floor (a synagogue) the lavender of the feet. If you are a believer a little suggestion comes to you, even if the room is completely empty, not at all frescoed and confusing (given the multitude of people). It is very beautiful and exciting to hear during the consecration during the Ss Mass the passage of the dinner and think: cabbage I was there, exciting! Watch the stairs downhill!
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  • An important site for those touring the old city and wishing to understand Christianity and Jerusalem complexity. The room which is also a mousqe and located on top of King David tomb. This mix (sites holy for all three religions at same spot) - all based on traditions (very old yet still, traditions) is a great example of how traditions and facts - contradict each other yet live side by side in this city.
  • We traveled to our Holy Land, The State of Israel, on a journey of faith, visiting many important historical spots. To visit the place where Jesus held the Last Supper was an experience beyond our wildest dreams. Highly recommend!
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