This is an invitation to embark on a magical mystical tour, a glimpse into a secret world through a labyrinth of chapels and altars, a kaleidoscope of colours and textures, a unique fusion of people and cultures. Tucked away, deep in the maze of winding, narrow streets in Jerusalem's Old City, stands the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the most famous but least explored religious sites in the world. The church was built on the spot where Jesus is believed to have been crucified, buried and resurrected, the very place where Christianity was born. The church of the Holy Sepulchre was constructed by the Byzantines and rebuilt by the Crusaders. It remains the most popular destination for countless Christian pilgrims from across the globe.
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