St. Peter's Church is located in the heart of the Old City of Jaffa, and its architecture is very solemn and generous. Very handsome and tall under the blue sky. It contrasts with Baicheng architecture. The interior of the church is very simple and elegant, although the area is not very large. But it is still worth a visit.
St. Peter’s Church and Bell Tower were originally built in 1654 to commemorate the resurrection and ascension of Jesus’ proud disciple "St. Peter". It was completed in 1894 during the Ottoman Empire. In the late 18th century, the church was destroyed twice and rebuilt twice. The current building was restored and rebuilt in 1903. The pilgrims who went to Jerusalem from Europe came to Israel by boat. They disembarked from Jaffa Port and headed to Jerusalem. One of the gates of the Old City of Jerusalem is facing here, so it is named Jaffa Gate. Most of the pilgrims were already tortured when they landed. This church provides food and medical services for the pilgrims. Most importantly, it comforts their hearts and allows the pilgrims to embark on the arduous pilgrimage in the future with full energy. road.
Located in the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, the ancient city of Jaffa in the south of Tel Aviv, it commemorates two important events that St. Peter has experienced. The Bible records: the resurrection of Tabida, at the cobbler's house in Simon, I saw clean and unclean animals Vision.
St. Peter’s Church, built in Jaffa, Israel, is a medieval French church. At that time, Jesus' disciple "Peter" preached all over Israel. The "St. Peter's Church" in Jaffa is also known as the Chapel of Love. When Jesus taught the scepter to the disciple Peter, Peter showed his love to Jesus. There is a love stone outside the church, as well as a statue of a rod of Jesus preaching. It was built to commemorate the resurrection and ascension of St. Peter, the proud disciple. It was destroyed twice and rebuilt in 1903.
The location of St. Peter's Church in the center of the Jaffa tourist area is particularly obvious, and it also adds religious and Western flavor to the ancient city of Jaffa. We didn't go in to see, but just sat for a while in the square outside. There were souvenir stalls, small shops, parasols, and small restaurants. The sky is particularly blue, although the temperature is not high, but the ultraviolet rays are extremely strong.
A church has its history, from the Greek cross plane in the Renaissance to the Latin cross in the Baroque era, and finally the front square was added. This piece also experienced the religious reform in 1517, the Roman plunder, and the Tiante Conference. The changes in the entire church building reflect the historical trends, the ideas of the owners, etc. If you are a religious friend, it is more worthwhile to see. I bought this travel guide SIM card on Taobao before I set off, downloaded google, alone It’s really great to experience it in this city.