The Mark Building is a very tall building structure, and the buildings in the building are also very special. There are still a lot of tourists here. Many people are more enthusiastic. Everyone has different goals. It is fun.
Here is mainly to see the dining room of the Last Supper. Here, Jesus had the Last Supper with his disciples. After that, he was arrested in Casimani Garden because of Judas' betrayal, and he was crucified at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The top of the dining room can see the Mount of Olives and the Dormition of the Virgin.
【Mark House】It is located beside the tomb of King David on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, also known as the Dinner House. The original Latin meaning of Marco Lou means dining hall. Because of the betrayal of Judas the traitor, Mark House became the place where Jesus and his disciples had the Last Supper. It is for this reason that this is one of the places where Christian believers make a pilgrimage.
marco is beautiful
Marco tower Latin originally meant the dining hall, and in Roman Catholic tradition it was considered to be the place where Jesus set up the "last supper" and where the disciples gathered to pray until the arrival of the Holy Spirit on Pentecost. According to the Bible Gospel, Jesus had dinner with his twelve disciples the night before the crucified. He took up the bread and the wine he had drunk and blessed them, and he divided them, saying, This bread is my body, and this wine is my blood. My body and blood were forgiven and shed for the forgiveness of sins. Then the Roman Catholic Church established the Holy Communion in the words of Jesus. And after Jesus' resurrection, he appeared to his disciples twice in the same building. And in the same room, the disciples received the Holy Spirit.
Walk into Marco's Tower and see where Jesus' last supper was. The church was a bit of a surprise, not at all the gorgeous tables and wall decorations in the da Vinci paintings, the contrast between the Roman columns supporting the roof and a small golden Christmas tree on one of the countertops, Jesus sat here for dinner with his 12 disciples. Here is what happened to Da Vinci's famous painting, "The Last Supper"? I tried to find the picture I had in my memory, but I couldn't find a familiar feeling... Just keep thinking, "one of you betrayed me"...