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The Ashdod cruise dock is located in the large port of Ashdod. You will find a cruise terminal at the port which offers: – Check in facilities – Security check – Currency exchange – Cafeteria – Duty free shops – Taxi stand Visit our full Ashdod cruise port guide for more information about the location and facilities at the dock.
Ashdod port, Ashdod, Israel
The Sanctuary and Church of Nativity in Bethlehem: On this small piece of land you’ll find the Basilica of Nativity, Greek Orthodox Convent, Armenian convent and Fransiscan convent all with its own cave underneath. The Church of Nativity is the oldest church in the Holy Land and it is still in use. According to the stories it was here that baby Jesus was born in the cave that is underneath the church.
Church of the Holy Sepulchre: Church of the Holy Sepulchre is one of the most important locations in Jerusalem. This church is build over what is thought to be the place where Jesus was stripped of his garments, nailed to the cross, died on the cross and removed from the cross. Visit this sight with a guide to make sure you know what you are looking at. Wailing wall: This limestone wall is a surviving remnant of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem that was destroyed in 70 CE. It will be the eternal symbol for the Jewish faith. When you visit you can’t help to be stunned by all that is happening around you. Via Dolorosa: Via Dolorosa is “the way of suffering”. It is the path Jesus walked, carrying his cross on his way to crucifixion. Combine this walk with the Stations of the Cross to get the complete story of what happened here.