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In The Front Of St. Mark Syrian Church D - Jerusalem
Middle East

Saint Mark's Syrian Orthodox Monastery is a Syriac Orthodox monastery and church in Jerusalem.

According to a 6th-century inscription found during a restoration in 1940, the church is on the ancient site of the house of Mary, mother of St. Mark the Evangelist and the place of the Last Supper of Christ with His disciples.

This is the center of the Syrian Orthodox community

St. Mark’s monastery was rebuilt a few times: in 6th century AD, 1009, 1718, 1791, 1833, 1858, and in 1940.

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Copyright: Zoran Strajin
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Taken: 23/07/2017
Uploaded: 16/05/2018
Updated: 16/05/2018
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