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The Cenacle

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Address: Mount Zion, Jerusalem, Israel
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The last supper room.

This great historic site provokes a lot of excitement and emotions in visitors as it is recognized as a room where Jesus celebrated his last Passover Seder Supper. Not really a... read more

Reviewed 28 January 2017
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Bangkok, Thailand
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

It's believed by crician tradition to be the place that is none As the place of the last supper which indeed was the place where Jesus and is dispels had celebrating the PASS - OVER ( SEDER PESACH )

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Rochester, New York
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Reviewed 19 February 2017

More commonly know as the Upper Room, this is the area where the Last Supper occurred. It is located in Mount Zion, with the tomb of King David below. Don’t be duped like I was: this is considered the location of the Last Supper and not the precise room or environment. The site has been built and destroyed several times.... More 

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Iasi, Romania
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

This was one of the top in our list to visit Jerusalem. We saw many tourists in this part of city and near is a police station.

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Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

This great historic site provokes a lot of excitement and emotions in visitors as it is recognized as a room where Jesus celebrated his last Passover Seder Supper. Not really a lot to see inside. Nice stained glass window. Symbolic carving on a post. The building is a structure from the times of crusades but built on the spot traditionally... More 

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Jerusalem, Israel
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Reviewed 10 January 2017 via mobile

One of the most interesting places in jerusalem. A lot of history, biblical stories architecture is amazing- a church the turned to s mosque... Interesting crusade architecture and very important to all denominations... Right above the tomb of David!

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 31 December 2016

An arched hall where it is maintained that Jesus had the last supper. A charming place. According to my guide book, the Hall used to be part of the Franciscan monastery in the middle ages but in the 15th century it was turned into a mosque, hence the inscriptions in Arabic on the wall and the stained glass window. It... More 

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Bexley
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Reviewed 24 November 2016

Also known as the Upper Room, this is believed to be the site where the Last Supper was held. This is also believed to be the place where, amongst other things, Jesus washed his disciples' feet. The Cenacle, along with the Church of St. Peter, is on the slopes of Mount Ziasm so you can easily visit both places on... More 

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Vienna, Austria
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Reviewed 6 October 2016

In this lovely room at mount Zion Jesus hat his "Last Supper" with the 12 apostles, so it is again a very holy place in Old Jerusalem.

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Riverview, Florida
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Reviewed 20 September 2016

This is definitely a must see when you are on a tour in Israel. This has been a stop on all three of my trips (1998,1999, and 2016). This is just an amazing experience.

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Colombo
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Reviewed 3 August 2016

The Cenacle - also referred to as the "Last Supper Room" is located on Mount Zion in Jerusalem. The word Cenacle is derived from the Latin word "Ceno" which literally means, "I dine." This lies on the 2nd or Upper floor above the tomb of King David, the second king of the kingdom of Israel and Judah. King David is... More 

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