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Bed and breakfast accommodation in Jerusalem Monasteries

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Notre Dame Guesthouse, Jerusalem
Notre Dame Guesthouse, Jerusalem
Notre Dame Guesthouse, Jerusalem
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Paulus-Haus, Jerusalem
Paulus-Haus, Jerusalem
Paulus-Haus, Jerusalem
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Salesian Sisters Pilgrim's Home, Jerusalem
Salesian Sisters Pilgrim's Home, Jerusalem
Salesian Sisters Pilgrim's Home, Jerusalem
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The Bridgettine Sisters Monastery, Jerusalem
The Bridgettine Sisters Monastery, Jerusalem
The Bridgettine Sisters Monastery, Jerusalem
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Austrian Pilgrim Hospice, Jerusalem
Austrian Pilgrim Hospice, Jerusalem
Austrian Pilgrim Hospice, Jerusalem

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BED AND BREAKFAST ACCOMMODATION IN VIENNA MONASTERIES

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Jerusalem on the doorstep of some of Israel's most renowned tourist attractions.

• Monasteries.com provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Jerusalem and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

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Jerusalem Visitor information

A visit to Jerusalem is a piligrimage to one of the most sacred sites in the world.

The Church of the Holy Spulchre is said to have been built over the location where Jesus was crucified and where the tomb was buried. It's considered the most important church in Christendom. 

The Top Holy Sites in Jerusalem are:

1.The Temple Mount

2. Western Wall

3.Church of the Holy Sepulchre

4. Mount Zion

History of Jerusalem

Jerusalem it's one of the oldest city in the world and the heart of the Holy Land, where the Jews raised the First Temple to keep the Ark of the Covenant safe, where Jesus was crucified and rose again, and where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven to receive God's word.

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