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All Nations Church in Jerusalem

All Nations Church in Jerusalem

This image presents the impressive facade of the Roman Catholic Church of All Nations, commonly known as the "Basilica of the Agony," situated on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. The architectural beauty of the building stands out against a backdrop of a clear blue sky. The church's facade is grand and intricately designed, reflecting the rich history and significance of the site. The church stands as a testament to faith and devotion, drawing visitors and worshippers alike to its sacred grounds. Its location on the Mount of Olives adds a layer of spiritual significance, as this location is historically associated with various religious events and figures.

Image ID#: 8542 / Category: Travel, Religion, Architecture / Price: 499$
All Nations Church in Jerusalem
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