The Chicken Crow Hall on Zion, also known as Peter Crow Hall, is another famous church in Jerusalem. It is named after a biblical story about three times when Roman soldiers came to capture Jesus. Now, thanks to Jerusalem’s own historical background and turmoil, the Cockroach Hall has been rebuilt several times. But some of the mountain roads behind Chicken's Hall were encircled, and it was clear that the mountain roads were worn out by the passage of time, but it was proved that after the last supper Jesus walked alone down the road to Mount Zion and prayed to God for courage.
The church is divided into three levels, because it is built on the hillside and faces east, so the church is divided into two levels on the hillside and three levels on the side facing the olive hill. The walls of the church are covered with biblical figures, including Jesus, Mary, and God, the Lord, all printed on murals.
There are many allusions. Pitt, Jesus' great disciple, denied knowing Jesus three times in a row, fearing being implicated. The cock crow twice. The Bible also mentions Jesus being held in the basement of this church, which was a mansion of high priests.
And Jesus, having a hunch the day of his arrest, said to Peter, Three times before the cock crow. And when Jesus was taken, Peter did three times deny his knowledge of Jesus, to protect himself. In the basement of the church, Jesus was said to have been held for a while on the day of his arrest, and then taken to the Governor of Rome.
Chicken Ming Hall [cavity] Jesus had a hunch on the day of his arrest~~~ It is a very interesting story, arrested here and held ~ tickets are 10 fast, just beside the Lady of the Virgin Sleeping Hall, walk past about 10-15 minutes out It’s dark, it’s rare to see the beauty of Jerusalem’s night scene.
Legend has it that Peter denied knowing Jesus three times. What is more remarkable is that the sign of the big cock is visible at the top of the church. It is very beautiful, overlooking the view, there are many flowers and orange trees, the environment is very good...
Village of Silwan, Jerusalem, Israel