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Thursday, May 24, 2012

A Reconstruction of the Chapel of the Ascension on the Mount of Olives

A reconstruction of the Chapel of the Ascension on the Mount Olives in Jerusalem, Israel. The original name was Imbomon, was built by Poemenia around 384 AD, was destroyed by the Persians at 614 AD and rebuilt by Patriarch Modestos. Again it was destroyed in 1012 by the Muslims and now it is a mosque. Jesus's footprints are said to be still in the middle of the mosque.
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