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As with all holy places in Israel, ladies' shoulders must be covered and shorts or skirts must be below the knee.Thischurch was build in 1914 on the site of an earlier 12th century church. We were told by our guide that the caves and wells...More
A small detail.....but the stained glass window depicting the death of St Joseph is very moving and a rare example of the adult Christ together with his (earthly) father and Our Lady in a tender ensemble.
A much smaller church than the Church of Annunciation but has much more of a family Church feel to it. Located across the courtyard of the bigger more fancier Basilica of the Annunciation. You really must see both.
The caves, granaries and wells, were used...More