Located in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem, the Pool of Bethesda is where Jesus healed a paralyzed man according to the Gospel of John. The name Bethesda means either House of Mercy or House of Grace. The pool was a gathering place for the blind, sick and crippled during biblical times. It was understood at the time that when an angel stirred the waters, the first person into the water would be healed.
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Jerusalén, Israel. El Muro Occidental o Kotel se encuentra en la ciudad vieja de Jerusalén, a los pies de la parte occidental del Monte del Templo.
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Over 3.5 million tourists visit Jerusalem each year, and for good reason! The amount of things to do in Jerusalem are endless.
Jardin de Gethsémani, Jérusalem. 2000 années vieux oliviers qui ont entendu les prières de Jésus et a vu son arrestation.