Church of Dominus Flevit
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Church of Dominus Flevit information
Built in the 1950s, the Church of Dominus Flevit is one of the latest additions to the Mount of Olives’ collection of sites. The original church on this site was built by medieval pilgrims who claimed to have found the rock on the Mount of Olives where Jesus had wept for Jerusalem (Luke 19:41) – hence, Dominus Flevit, meaning ‘the Lord wept’.