Although the Mary Church was rebuilt later, after so many years of wind and rain changes, there are basically some bricks and shapes left. If you look closely, you can still see some of the outlines of the time.
The Church of Mary has undergone many reconstructions during the Byzantine period. After the bishop moved away in the 7th century, it became a church cemetery. Now there are only a dozen sarcophagi remaining. It is hard to imagine the church in ruins...
The Church of Mary is the legendary place where the Virgin Mary died. Mary left Jerusalem and came here after the death of Jesus. It is also the first church in the world to commemorate the Virgin Mary. It is worth seeing!
To the north of the theater gymnasium, to get there you have to go through the gymnasium and then go back the same way. If it weren't for following a group of foreigners, I would definitely miss it. But there was nothing to see, only a wall, a few stone pillars, a dozen sarcophagi, and a ruin.
The first attraction I saw after entering the scenic spot was the church cemetery on the side of the road. There are now more than a dozen sarcophagi. The church of Mary has to go in along the path. The remaining architectural ruins can no longer be imagined.