For ordinary tourists, coming here is to take a look at the olive tree with a thousand years of history, but no one can say whether it really has a thousand years of history. Anyway, it feels very ordinary.
If it weren't for Christian pilgrimage and religious significance, the courtyard would be a little garden that feels like a little careless, and it's not very nice inside.
To the north of the Old City of Jerusalem, it is said that Judas betrayed Jesus here. There is a tree that is more than two thousand years old and has a lot of history. There is peace spelled by stones on the ground in the yard. It is also a church now.
The Garden of Gethsemane, the place where olive oil is pressed, is east of Jerusalem, by the Kidron River, near the Mount of Olives. It is said to be where Jesus Christ often prayed and meditated. According to legend, the eight huge olive trees in the garden existed during the time of Jesus.
The Gethsemane Garden, the place where olive oil is said to be the place where Jesus Christ often prays, is said to have eight large olive trees that were already there during Jesus' time, so they all look older and more historic.
The Garden of Gethsemane-together with the Church of All Nations, it is like the back garden of the Church of All Nations. The most famous place here is the 8 olive trees of the same age as Jesus. It is said that Jesus prayed to the olive trees before his arrest. There are so many people here who want to see the old tree where Jesus prayed.
Very nice place, rich in religion, history and humanities, it is worthy of being together.
Very good and worth a visit. Recommend everyone!