The Cana Greek Orthodox Wedding Church in Cana of Galilee, Kfar Kana, Israel.

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Cana Greek Orthodox Wedding Church & Monastery

This richly decorated, late-19th-century church – topped by a round tower and a brown dome – shelters two ancient jars believed to have been used by Jesus to perform the wedding miracle and what is believed to be a relic of the Apostle Simon.

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