The Church of the Weeping Church is a holy scripture. Jesus stayed here overnight. He dreamed that God said that the temple would be destroyed by the Romans in seventy years. Jesus was very sad and cried. This is how the name of the Church of the Weeping Church came from.
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The church was built from 1953 to 1955. The designer is Anthony Baruch. Baruch designed some shrines and churches in the first half of the 20th century. There are many other works of his in Jerusalem, such as the Church of All Nations and the Mianping Hall.
The Dominus Flevit (also translated as the Church of the Weeping of the Lord) is a Catholic church located on the Mount of Olives, facing the Old City of Jerusalem. "Dominus Flevit", translated from Latin means "God is crying", and the church is shaped like a teardrop to symbolize the tears of Jesus.
The Church of the Envoy of the Virgin of Enkirin Built to commemorate the visit of the Virgin Mary (Mary) to Isabel (Elizabeth), the mother of Johan the Baptist (John the Baptist). There are many countries’ Virgin Mary in the church.
Descending from the Mount of Olives, halfway up the hill, is the Church of the Weeping, also known as the Church of Tears. Its appearance resembles the tears of Jesus. The platform of the church gate is a good place to get a closer look at the Old City of Jerusalem. There are two ancient tombs in the church yard.