The famous Olive Garden at the foot of the Olive Mountains is called Cassimani Garden. Because Jesus prayed here last night, Byzantine Christians built a church here in the 4th century A.D., which was later destroyed and restored many times. Now we can see that it was built by many countries from 1919 to 1924, so it is also called "Church of Nations".
The Church of Nations, on Mount Olive, is where Jesus prayed before he was arrested. The church is tall and built with funds from 12 countries, so it's called the Universal Church. The big stone table that Jesus had used before his arrest became a worship here. Everyone touched the big stone table.
At 8:30 a.m. on August 1, 2016, the Universal Church stopped at the Lion Gate of the Old City and got off for a view of "a river, as if it had dried up, with a cemetery on the east of the road. Olive trees were planted all over the place where Jesus preached. Lucy Temple Hill, the religious holy place of the old city, is less than 14 square meters of bullet land, but it is Jewish, Islamic and Christian holy places. The Universal Church stands on the roadside, facing Temple Hill. Byzantine style, dome, pillar, three arches, front wall mosaic Majik patterns, reflecting religious stories. The design is big and colourful. Go in and turn around, quiet, solemn, sunshine leaking through the window. The church was founded in 1919 and was financed by many countries. It was named quot; all countries quot; and each bronze round sign was placed on the ceiling and wrote the country's name. Unfortunately, without China, China suffered a lot in 1919 and was bullied by the big powers, so it had no place in the world (photo 9). Near the church, there is an olive garden, a few meters in diameter, named Cassie Mary Garden. The old olive tree is the same age as Jesus. Jesus came here to pray before he was arrested. A stone at the corner engraved this monument (photo 3). Outside the church, tourists peddled wind pictures with the words " late, " meaning $1. Some people sell coins, some young people put small commodities on the roof of their cars to do business (Photo 6).
This is also a very famous scenic spot in Jerusalem. He was the patron of sixteen countries to build the church together. It says Peace in the garden at the church junction. It represents the desire for world peace. The magnificence of the church is worth seeing.
The Prayer Hall in Gezemani Mountain Garden, also known as the Palace of Nations, was constructed with funds from 12 countries. There are 12 small domes in the church, which symbolizes the twelve countries that supported the construction of the church. Designed by Anthony Baruz. The windows were made of purple marble glass and the hall was dimly lit, reminding people of the pain they had experienced in praying in the Garden of Jesus.
Visited the Universal Church, where Jesus prayed the night before his arrest. Because martial law changed a Jewish synagogue to visit. For the first time, the interior of such a building is quite different from that of a church. It's a European exhibition of architecture and mini-churches.
Church of All Nations, also known as Agony Church, is located at the foot of the Olive Hill in the eastern part of Jerusalem, adjacent to the Garden of Casimani, where Jesus prayed at night before his arrest. The Universal Church was built between 1919 and 1924 on the basis of two ancient churches, the Byzantine Church of the 4th century (destroyed by the earthquake in 746) and the Crusade Church of the 12th century (abandoned in 1345). The Universal Church was named for its support from many countries. In front of the church is a row of columns with modern mosaic patterns depicting Jesus Christ as a symbol of the connection between God and humanity. According to the New Testament, Jesus and his disciples went to pray here on the eve of the Supreme Cross after the last supper. The Garden of Cassimani was also the place where Jesus was betrayed by Judah. In addition, the Orthodox Church traditionally believed that the Cassimani Garden was the place where the apostles buried the Virgin Mary. There are several 900-year-old olive trees in Kashmani Garden.
The Church of Nations is located at the foot of the Olive Hill in Jerusalem, adjacent to the Garden of Quesimarie. The official name is Basilica of the Agony, where Jesus prayed the night before his arrest. There are many olive trees over hundreds of years old in Quesimarie Garden. The Church was built from 1919 to 1924, using funds from 12 different countries, which is also the origin of its common name, Universal Church. Each national symbol participating in the construction of the church is placed on the glass of the ceiling and in a small dome. Opposite the Church of Nations is the Golden Gate of the Temple Hill in Jerusalem.