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Church of Dominus Flevit, Jerusalem

The Dominus Flevit church and in a free translation " the man who wept", is the Latin name of this catholic church residing at the top of mount olives across the Temple Mount, entrusted by the Franciscan order. The church was built in 1955, by the Italian architect Antonio Berlucci (1884-1960), over the ruins of the byzantine church in the 6th century a.c.

Berlucci wished to give the church a tear drop shape as appropriate to the important status that appears in the holy testament, where Jesus cried when he stood on mount olives and predicted the fall of the city Jerusalem. You can be impressed by this modern church's structure and its antic mosaic floor. You can also see the caved tombs that are located in the area.     

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Location: Mount of Olives, Jerusalem
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