We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The friendly monks of the place explained to us the history of the place. Additional to that we watched the service. Only us were present so it felt even more special. Their chants are interesting to watch.
Hopefully Justine will be there to give you her tour. Said to be the first church as it is built over St. Mark's mother's house. they believe it be the site of the Last Supper. there is an icon painted on leather said to be...More
The building which witnessed the Last Supper having replaced by the Church, considered to be the first church after Jesus's resurrection .Believed to be the place where Mary stayed with John. Reminisce of the immortal Leonardo da Vinci Last Supper gave us divine experience.
Fascinating church and has a leather icon that you cannot take pictures of in the sanctuary. This church says they have the ( real) upper room which is located below their church (as things are built on top of other structures in Israel). See this...More
A very interesting small church that we found in Jerusalem is that of St. Mark's in the Armenian Quarter. Opening hours 9-1pm and 3-5pm daily.
The present church dates back to the 12th century and was built upon the foundation of an earlier 4th century...More
I had read about St. Mark's somewhere so we headed over to see it when in Jerusalem. The place was closed but we were told to come back a few hours later. We did, and walked into a worship service. It was very awe-inspiring to...More
One of the firdst churches in Jerusalem,goes back to 5th Century,as tiny as the Syrian Orthodox Community with few members in Jerusalem some more in b Beth Lehem, Syriac is dialect of Aramic and prayers and holy books are in Aramic,the community heavely suffered during...More
An ancient church, which it is claimed to be built over the site of the house of John Mark's mother. This could be the location for the last supper, in the upper room, and also for the outpouring of the Holy Spirit on the disciples...More