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This church leaves a lot to the imagination. There is little by way of information (especially, and perhaps more appropriately outside the church itself) regarding its significance to the story of both Jesus and Mary.Some of the mosaics are interesting, some a little weird. There...More
This structure is beautiful and worth the visit. The outside of the church is surpassed by the beauty of the interior. You are captivated by the beauty and then you see the remains of the house of Mary, the mother of Jesus. The church is...More
The Basilic of the Annunciation is the main motive for visiting due to its religious significance. However, its architectural characteristics also provides for another reason of the trip to this old city.
This great church built on the ruins of pervious Byzantine and Crusaders churches is a peaceful spot in an otherwise dirty, crowded city. The church that is part of the Franciscan Custods of the Holy Land is an oasis of peace and quiet. The Franciscans...More
Absolutely beautiful church over the site where the angel Gabriel visited Mary to tell her she would be the mother of Jesus. Nazareth is overcrowded and traffic was pretty terrible but if you are visiting the area, this is a must see.
No matter what your religious affiliation, the is a fascinating church with artistic representations of the Virgin Mary from all over the world. The art alone is worth the stop. Going down to the grotto is worth standing in line to see. The place is...More
One would think this beautiful Church was a spaceship and had landed in the filthy town called Nazareth. We parked 10 minutes walk from the Church and the streets were lined with garbage. Once inside the Church compound it was like being in a different...More