2 thoughts on “Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Aedicule

  1. Looks a wonderful place to visit, & Jerusalem in general; I love older buildings especially subterranean, ancient tunnels & water systems under the city. *The Aedicule was recently restored, 1940’s metal support & centuries of soot removed, so this photo’ catches an ear before that.. It must’ve been great for the archaeologists who got to visit out of hours, no rushed crowds. Thanks for sharing your pics, I enjoy vicarious / armchair travel 🙂

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