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Pater Noster Jerusalem

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Pater Noster Jerusalem

According to Christian tradition this was the place where Yeshua hid with his disciples and taught the "Our Father" (Pater Noster) prayer, one of the most important prayers in Christianity.

Mt. Olives, Jerusalem
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A Hat, good walking shoes, water, goodwill and the Bible are essentials for a fruitful visit.
Included in a full day tour.

Pater Noster: The convent, controlled by the Carmelite Cloistered Sisters. The church is located right next to the ruins of the “Eleona” Basilica, which according to Christian tradition, was built in the 4th C CE by Queen Helen, the Mother of Constantine. This Byzantine church was built over a cave where according to the above tradition was the place where Yeshua hid with his disciples and taught them the first “Our Father who art…” prayer, one of the most important prayers in Christianity. The Crusaders began reconstructing part of the church, and a new convent was built here in the 19th C CE.

Opening hours

09:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 17:00

How to get there

By foot, taxi or a private tour.

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