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June 1-2

The feast denotes Jesus’ ascension to heaven forty days after his Resurrection.

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Chapel of the Ascension

The feast denotes Jesus’ ascension to heaven forty days after his Resurrection. The right to conduct a Christian rite in a place that has been owned by Muslims for centuries is an extraordinary event, unique to the Holy Land.

 

Highlights of the feast

 

Chapel of the Ascension, the Mount of Olives - the various congregations take their places in the walled area surrounding the Chapel of the Ascension, (which is in the care of the Muslims), and erect altars and tents. Celebrants of the six historical Christian communities hold Divine Liturgies/Masses concurrently, side by side.

 

 Sites & Attractions

 
Visitors step into the Bible and experience Nazareth as it during the time of Jesus and...
A Catholic-Greek church built in 1877 in the heart of the market in Nazareth. According...
Ecclesiastical complex on top of Mount Tabor, identified by Christians as the place whe...
The village of Kafr Cana in the Lower Galilee is identified in Christian tradition as C...
In the grotto of the Church of St. Gabriel in Nazareth, at Mary’s Well, the rushing wat...
Precipice Mountain, on the outskirts of Nazareth, is where tradition says the people of...
 

 Accommodations

 
The Fauzi Azar Inn is a 200 year-old Arab mansion turned guest house, in the heart of...
The Rimonim Ha'Maayan Nazareth Hotel preserves the character of this historic city as t...
Hotel rooms overlook the mountains of Judea and are suitable for small families. Some r...
Located in the heart of a tranquil and pastoral nature reserve, at the foot of majestic...
 

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