The Dormition of the Virgin is located on Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Israel. It is another church of great significance in the Christian church. According to textual research, this is the place where the Virgin Mary rested, and a church was built to commemorate it. Inside the church there are mosaic stickers of the Virgin and Child.
The sleeping place of the Virgin Mary is of course also a legendary story. People who come here are pilgrims. Many foreign tourists visit here from far away. It is a very clean area of the Sleeping Hall.
In addition to traveling in Jerusalem, most of them come on a pilgrimage. The local Jews are even more devout to this religion. It is the Church of the Dormition. It is said that the Virgin Mary rests here and the final supper room.
There have always been two versions of the place of the Virgin Mary’s resting place. One is in the basement of the Dormition Cathedral in Jerusalem, Israel, and the other is in Ephesus, Turkey. Not far from the Kasimani Garden, there is a tomb (church) of the Virgin Mary. The Orthodox Church believes that Mary will be buried after the Dormition of the Virgin and ascended to heaven three days later. Catholicism believes that after Mary fell asleep, her soul and body were taken away by the Lord and called to heaven. The Church of the Dormition in Jerusalem is located on Mount Zion. When Kaiser Wilhelm II came to Jesus Salem to worship the Church of the Savior in 1898, he spent a lot of money to buy this place from the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Hamid II. It has long been said that it was the place where the Virgin was sleeping. In 1899, the architect Leonard discovered the remains of the Byzantine church here, so he designed and built the church here. The architectural style of the Dormition Church is very special, with a blue cone-shaped roof, surrounded by four small towers, and a high bell tower next to it. The light from the windows above and below the tall vault gently shines into the church. The mosaic above the altar shows the Virgin and Child Jesus. The altar is surrounded by six round arches on the left and right of the six altars. The inner walls of the round arches are painted with golden mosaics, depicting the family of Jesus, the bishop and many saints. A spiral staircase leads to the underground church. In the center of the underground church is the place to commemorate the death of the Virgin Mary. The statue of the Virgin Mary sleeping peacefully is placed in ivory and cherry wood. The bottom floor is surrounded by small altars, which are simple and solemn.
Legend has it that after Jesus was crucified, the Virgin Mary was led by Jesus’ disciple Saint Paul to spend her old age on the mountains near Ephesus, Turkey. The church of the Dormition in front of us is a place to commemorate Mary, the mother of Jesus, but not the place where she was buried. It is said that in 1898, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany bought the land for 120,000 German marks and built this majestic church in 1910.
In 1998, Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany bought this land from Sultan Abdul Hamid II with 120,000 German gold marks, and built this majestic church in 1910. It is now owned by Benedict of Germany. Will manage.