This church with the amazing acoustics is the traditional home of Anne, mother of the Virgin Mary. It is also home of the Pool of Bethesda, where Jesus healed. The setting is so very peaceful in a very noisy quarter of the city.
St Anne's Basilica is a must for any visitor to Jerusalem's Old City. Haven of peace and tranquility this crusader church is the best example of Romanesque architecture in Jerusalem with its fine lines and pure design. If you're a singer, chant a religious hymn and be filed with awe as your voice raises towards the Almighty ...
This was my sixth trip to Israel but my first opportunity to see the Church of St. Anne. It is dedicated to Anne, the mother of Mary. A great place to reflect and pray.
That is abeutiful church delicates to Ana the grandmother of Jesus Christ . The built by the qwin Malsanda , it is the best archtktur of the cross time in Jerusalem . Best mantaias and very ingesting cherch . Must be there if you are in Jerusalem
Whenever I pass by St. Anne Church in Jerusalem I feel a need to go inside this simple yet beautiful church. Being a Byzantine chanter, I cannot resist the temptation to chant there and enjoy the heavenly acoustics. But what is most satisfying, is the moment of silence after I finish, and after all the echoes fade away, and the... 更多
WE entered as a group as it is a small place all 50 of us fit and as the previous group left they were singing - we finished with them in english s they were singing in German. We then began to sing a hymn and the next group came into the cool interior and joined us. It was a... 更多
Built over the caves where it is traditionally believed Saint Anne gave birth to Mary, this is a beautiful well maintained church that is adjacent to a very nice garden on one side and on the other side an archeological site with the pools of Bethesda. Interesting to read how water was supplied via these pools to the Temple Mount... 更多
This is a beautiful Church with wonderful acoustics. Next to the Pools of Betheseda--one of only two sites where Jesus performed a miracle in Jerusalem, this is an important spot of Jesus' story. Do go inside and join an ensemble :)
I have been to Jerusalem a number of times, but had not previously seen this Crusade-era church until my most recent visit. It is very interesting. Acoustics are unbelievable--get someone to sing something when you are there to hear it.