Located at the foot of the Mount of Olives, this stunning neo-Byzantine church was built in 1924 on the ruins of two previous churches.
The church itself is Catholic and contains multiple mosaics representing the 12 nations that helped fund it. The church’s location in the tranquil Garden of Gethsemane - another significant reason to visit. Thought to have been an olive tree garden even during Christ’s day, the venue is known for its eight beautiful olive trees – dated to be around 2,000 years old. Approach the garden and church from a path down the Mount of Olives and stop by at the Dominus Flevit Church, where Jesus is said to have wept over the future of Jerusalem.
|Venue name:||Church of All Nations|
Garden of Gethsemane