Lutheran Church of the Redeemer
Mauristan is a Persian word meaning 'hospital' or 'hospice', and this plaza on the southern side of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre...
St Alexander’s Church
On a corner just east of the Holy Sepulchre, St Alexander’s Church is the home of the Russian mission in exile. The attraction for...
Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Christendom's most important church huddles amidst souqs on the edge of the Christian and Muslim Quarters. For the past 16 centuries...
The Old City is home to many treasures: churches, mosques, synagogues and this pastry shop. Hidden in an arched vault underneath the...
Lutheran Church of the Redeemer information
Dominating the Old City skyline with its tall white tower, the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer was built in 1898 on the site of the 11th-century church of St Mary-la-Latine. The closed northern entrance porch is medieval, decorated with the signs of the zodiac and the symbols of the months. The tower is popular for its excellent views over the Old City.