To the north of the Old City of Jerusalem, it is said that Judas betrayed Jesus here. There is a tree that is more than two thousand years old and has a lot of history. There is peace spelled by stones on the ground in the yard. It is also a church now.
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The Garden of Gethsemane, the place where olive oil is pressed, is east of Jerusalem, by the Kidron River, near the Mount of Olives. It is said to be where Jesus Christ often prayed and meditated. According to legend, the eight huge olive trees in the garden existed during the time of Jesus.
The Gethsemane Garden, the place where olive oil is said to be the place where Jesus Christ often prays, is said to have eight large olive trees that were already there during Jesus' time, so they all look older and more historic.
The Garden of Gethsemane-together with the Church of All Nations, it is like the back garden of the Church of All Nations. The most famous place here is the 8 olive trees of the same age as Jesus. It is said that Jesus prayed to the olive trees before his arrest. There are so many people here who want to see the old tree where Jesus prayed.
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Garden of Gethsemane The Millennium Olive Tree of the Gethsemane Garden is stunning! The Gethsemane Garden is near the foot of the Olive Mountain and is with the Church of Nations. The garden was originally an orchard, and Jesus prayed in the Garden of Gethsemane on the eve of the cross, and the sadness and sorrow still pervaded it, leaving a thousand-year-old legacy, a place that the believers cherish. Some touch, kiss the olive tree, and some chanting on the side of the garden. The present wealth of the Gethsemane Garden is the thousand-year-old olive tree, which is not big, and the dark old olive tree, which is like a huge stone in the harsh sunlight, has been reinforced with stone in some places. The olive tree is not so big that several people can surround the lower part of the main stem and twist and grow a cluster of clusters, tightly hugging together, some places crack deep. Sighing the new branches that grow stubbornly at the lower part of the main trunk, which continues the life of the old tree, bringing life to the Garden of Gethsemane. Some of the canopy is still oily and green with olives. Underground is stoned to make the word PEACE. The church of nations is adjacent, a church built with funds from around the world, and now has the dome on the dome with the figures of participating countries, such as the United States, Argentina, etc. The church has a large column on the front and a painted front gate. It is said that Jesus was here on the eve of his capture. A visit to the Garden of Gethsemane can be combined with a visit to the Mount of Olives. The best way is to take the 221 bus station operated by the Arabs across the Damascus Gate to the terminal - observation deck (REHAVAM OBSERVATION POINT) 5.5NIS per person. A bird's eye view of the Golden Dome Mosque Church, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and a visit to the Cathedral of the Lord of the Cry and the Mary Church of Magdalene, near the foot of Mount Olivet is the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of the Nations.