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Mount of Olives - After the Last Supper, Jesus led his disciples to the Garden of Gethsemane and asked them to keep watch while he prayed. On the lower slopes of the Mount of Olives there stands to this day a stately grove of eight ancient olive trees. These trees and their fruit have given this site it’s name, Gethsemane: gat-shamna is “olive press” in Aramaic.

Mount of Olives - After the Last Supper, Jesus led his disciples to the Garden of Gethsemane and asked them to keep watch while he prayed. On the lower slopes of the Mount of Olives there stands to this day a stately grove of eight ancient olive trees. These trees and their fruit have given this site it’s name, Gethsemane: gat-shamna is “olive press” in Aramaic.

Jerusalem, Israel  The Mt of Olive and at the foot of this  picture is the Garden of Gethsemenie

Jerusalem, Israel The Mt of Olive and at the foot of this picture is the Garden of Gethsemenie

Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

Jewish Cemetery on Mount of Olives in Jerusalem. Instead of flowers, which would not last long, people put stones on the graves to indicate that they have visited.

Olive Tree in the Garden of Gethsemane ~ Jerusalem, Israel El olivo es una especie que puede alcanzar hasta los 2.000 años de vida. ¿ Alguno de los actuales olivos, habrá brotado gracias a las Divinas lágrimas de Nuestro Salvador ?

Olive Tree in the Garden of Gethsemane ~ Jerusalem, Israel El olivo es una especie que puede alcanzar hasta los 2.000 años de vida. ¿ Alguno de los actuales olivos, habrá brotado gracias a las Divinas lágrimas de Nuestro Salvador ?

The Dominus Flevit Church is located on the Mount of Olives immediately facing the Old City of Jerusalem. The name Dominus Flevit, translates from Latin as "The Lord Wept". The church is fashioned in the shape of a teardrop. This is a reminder of Jesus weeping as recorded in Luke 19:41.

The Dominus Flevit Church is located on the Mount of Olives immediately facing the Old City of Jerusalem. The name Dominus Flevit, translates from Latin as "The Lord Wept". The church is fashioned in the shape of a teardrop. This is a reminder of Jesus weeping as recorded in Luke 19:41.

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