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Tomb of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Jerusalem), interior
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The Tomb of the Virgin Mary, near the Garden of Gethsemane, is the traditional site of the burial of Mary before her assumption into heaven.  It was founded by the Byzantines, and rebuilt by the crusaders. 

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