This church was built from 1919 to 1924 and received funding from many different countries (hence the name). The flags of each country are placed on the glass ceiling, and each one is placed on a small dome. There is a row of columns in front of the church.
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The Church of All Nations is located on Mount Zion in Jerusalem. According to the Bible, it used to be Jesus. After the Last Supper, he went here alone to pray like God, and then he was caught by soldiers here. The olive trees around it used to be that year. Therefore, there is an olive grove next to the Church of All Nations.
The Church of All Nations in Jerusalem, whose real name is the Basilica of the Agony (Basilica of the Agony), is located on the Mount of Olives in the east of Jerusalem. This is where Jesus prayed in the evening before his arrest. The church was built from 1919 to 1924, using funds from 12 different countries, which is also the origin of its common name Church of All Nations. There is the oldest olive tree in Jerusalem in the garden. Recommended things to watch: 1. The ancient olive trees in the garden, which are said to be thousands of years old, have a "peace" made of pebbles under the tree. 2. In a corner of the garden (outside the church), there is a stone sculpture of Jesus praying. It is said that this place was where Jesus prayed last Location 3. Inside the church, because it was built with funds from 12 countries, the flag of each country is placed on the glass ceiling and placed in a small dome. 4. There is a row of columns in front of the church with a modern mosaic pattern depicting Jesus Christ as a symbol of the connection between God and mankind. Suggested location for taking pictures: Go out and go to the opposite side of the church to get a panoramic view of the front of the church.
Very nice and worth a visit and recommend!
The Church of All Nations (also known as the Agony Church) is located at the foot of the Mount of Olives in the east of Jerusalem, adjacent to the Kasimani Garden. It is the place where Jesus prayed in the evening before his arrest. The Church of All Nations was built from 1919 to 1924. It was built on the basis of two ancient churches-the Byzantine church in the 4th century (destroyed by the earthquake in 746) and the Crusader church in the 12th century (abandoned in 1345). The Church of All Nations received funding from many countries and hence its name. There is a church in front of the church. The column is arranged with a modern mosaic pattern on it, depicting Jesus Christ as a symbol of the connection between God and mankind. According to the New Testament, Jesus and his disciples went to pray here on the eve of the cross and after the Last Supper. Kasima The Garden of Nes is also the place where Jesus was betrayed by Judas. In addition, the Orthodox Church traditionally believes that the Garden of Kasimani is the place where the Apostles buried the Virgin Mary. There are several 900-year-old olive trees in the Garden of Kasimani.
The famous olive garden at the foot of the Mount of Olives is called Kasimani Garden. Because Jesus prayed here last night, in the 4th century AD, Byzantine Christians built a church here, which was later destroyed and restored many times. What I saw was donated by many countries in 1919-1924, so it is also called the "Church of All Nations".
The Church of All Nations-located on the Mount of Olives, is the place where Jesus prayed before his arrest. The church is very tall and was built by funds from 12 countries, so it is called the Church of All Nations. The big stone table that Jesus used before his arrest has become a cult item for people here. Everyone will touch the big stone table.