Arale_ZhangA beautiful village southwest of Jerusalem, a Christian settlement where the Christian saint John the Baptist was born. The historic Ein Kerem was ruled successively by many civilizations, leaving a rich cultural and religious mark. Ein Kerem Street View Ein Kerem culture inclusive and peaceful atmosphere. Walking and stopping along the way, I saw Byzantine, Arab, European style of minimalism and other style of architecture and frescoes, hate their art cells is not enough! Churches of different religious civilizations are abound, and lively, open history books. Spring of the Virgin Fountain, which is said to be the stop of the Virgin visit. The most beautiful church of the Church of the Visitation Ein Kerem, where the Virgin Mary visited the Saint Johns family. The rich style of Arab architecture, walls and tiles give me a heavy texture and a sense of time. The church is not big, but it is very delicate, very serene ～ The only pity is that the tourists can't go up to the bell tower, and can only look up at her beauty in silence. It is recommended that Ein Kerem is only about 10 kilometers from Jerusalem and can be reached by 20 minutes by car. As is the small village around the mountain, it is recommended to lightly load up, sneakers walk up.
Ein Kerem is a beautiful village in the southwestern part of Jerusalem. Where Christians live, the Christian saint John the Baptist was born here. The long-established Ein Kerem has been ruled by many civilizations, leaving a rich cultural and religious mark.
Ein Kerem Street View
Ein Kerem culture is inclusive and peaceful. Stop and stop along the way, I saw the Byzantine, Arab, European minimalist style of architecture and murals, only hating their own art, cells are not enough! Churches of different religious civilizations abound, living a living history book.
Spring of the Virgin
The Fountain of the Virgin, it is said that the Virgin Mary visits the relatives halfway.
Church of the Visitation
Ein Kerem's most beautiful church, where the Virgin Mary visits the family of Saint John. The style of Arabian architecture, walls and tiles give me a heavy sense of texture and time. The church is small in size, but very delicate and very serene. The only pity is that tourists can't go to the clock tower and can only look up to her beauty.
Ein Kerem is only about 10 km from Jerusalem and can be reached by car in 20 minutes. Because it is a small village around the mountain, it is recommended to go light and sneakers.