Greek Catholic Patriarchate, Jerusalem


Built in 1848 as an oriental basilica.

The walls are covered with Byzantine-period frescoes depicting scenes from the life of Jesus.

Greek Catholic Patriarchate, copper partition with images of peacocks (symbol of eternity) and a two-headed eagle, symbolizing the Russian Empire Greek Catholic Patriarchate, the cupola with a paiting from Jesus with the Twelve Apostles. Greek Catholic Patriarchate, In 1848 the Church is built as an oriental basilica. The walls are covered with Byzantine-period frescoes depicting scenes from the life of Jesus. Israel Travel Guide: Churches in Jerusalem

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