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Church of All Nations (Gethsemane), Jerusalem
Middle East

The Church of All Nations commemorates the traditional site of Christ's prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane.  It was built in the early twentieth century upon the foundations of earlier Byzantine and Crusader churches.

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