Garden Tomb

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Garden Tomb in Israel is situated near the heart of Jerusalem, also known as Gordon’s Cavalry and which others believed was the Garden of Joseph of Arimathea. It rest outside the city walls and within a short distance from the Gates of Damascus. It is part of the Rock-cut tombs in Ancient Israel with elaborate facades and manifold of burial chambers where it is believed and considered as to where Jesus died,was buried, and rose from the dead. It is neighboring Golgotha, described in the bible as the place of skulls and famously ascribed to the crucifixion of Christ.

The Garden Tomb is a recourse for the Church of the Holy Sepulchre,  both cenotaphs are being considered  as a possible resting place of Jesus Christ. In the 19th century, some number of textual critic argued about the facts and the authenticity of the real burial site, but as people celebrate Easter, those at The Garden Tomb and Church of the Holy Sepulchre stress it’s not the place, it’s the person that they celebrate and is important.

The garden is a two acre haven where it is recognized as a holy sanctuary and spiritual refuge.People gain knowledge and awareness of the tomb in 1867 and is especially popular with Protestants as a place of religious zeal .

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Posted by Vanessa on Saturday, April 9th, 2011. Filed under Destinations. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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    Thanks for sharing the knowledge about garden tomb.I will surly visit it during my future travel to Israel.

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    Garden Tomb, it is so strange to me, if i have chance and money, i will be Israel and visit Garden Tomb. But i hope Israel will be safer for traveling… 

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    its a great tomb for visit. nice place i wana to be there.
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