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The Church of the Pater Noster



It is believed to be here that Jesus taught his disciples the Pater Noster (Our Father) prayer.

The layout of the Church of Pater Noster


Throughout the church and courtyard are lovely tiles which translate the Lord's Prayer into many languages... 









37 comments:

  1. What a wonderful trip it looks like you are having. I love visiting old architectural places, and it was neat to see this through your photos. Thank you for sharing!

    —Charles

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  2. That must have been an amazing trip- thank you for sharing.
    Happy Holidays!
    Maggie

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  3. Thank you for sharing.
    hank you for all your comments.
    I wish you a happy New Year.

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  4. It's nice to see this beautiful historic church !!
    Great photos !!
    Happy New Year !!

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  5. Incredible architecture. You don't see such detail in today's modern works.

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  6. Fantastic from both an historical and architectural perspective.

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  7. Splendid images of this beautiful structure. The renditions of the Lord's Prayer in so many languages is so interesting. When I read the one in the Doric dialect aloud it actually made me speak it with a brogue!

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  8. Such beautiful architecture, always beautiul photos!!
    Wishing you a Happy New Year!!!

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  9. What a great building! I love the tile work!

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  10. Great pictures, it must has been a marvellous travel.
    Happy New Year

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  11. Wow, what an incredible place to visit. Very beautiful and I love seeing the Lord's Prayer in different languages. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year to you and your family.

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  12. Beautiful church with lovely tiles!

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  13. You ask about my cat, she don't like photoshootings, but sometimes I make a photo:
    http://maschas-buch.blogspot.de/2016/12/everyday.html

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  14. Happy New Year to you! I always enjoy your photos. Thanks for sharing, for hosting, and for being such a vibrant part of our WW community at Create With Joy! :-)

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  15. what a beautiful looking church. It looks so peaceful. Have a fabulous week and thank you so much for the link ups in 2016.

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  16. Really cool! I didn't get a chance to go there when I was in Israel. Next time! Thank you for sharing!

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  17. Very interesting, the Catholic girl in me is kind of fascinated.

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  18. Such a nice atmosphere! wish you a very Happy New Year!!

    xxx

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  19. How beautiful this church is. And what a lot of devotion it took to create it. Once again, the world amazes me.

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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  20. Beautiful photos (all). Thank you so much for sharing them.

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  21. Beautiful church!
    All the best to you and a happy new year!
    Thanks for Hosting!

    Best, MarieMikado

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  22. These are beautiful shots Sue, I love the tiles with the different variations in language for the prayer. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! - Tasha

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  23. What a wonderful opportunity to visit these places. Lovely pictures too.

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  24. What a beautiful church! I love that the Lord's prayer is shared in different languages! Those tiles are amazing!

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  25. A beautiful place for a beautiful prayer!

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  26. Thank you for linking up at Impulsive Artistry! Have a great week and a Happy New Year!!

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  27. Wow! you really did see Isreal! So many interesting places to see!

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  28. Thank you for the comments on my last post Sue! - Tasha

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  29. Great photos and an interesting read! #PhotoFriday

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  30. another historical spot. You are lucky to be able to visit this place :)

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  31. Feliz ano de 2017 com a concretização de todos os sonhos,
    AG

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  32. This wonderful post is a CREATIVE feature as part of "You're the STAR" blog hop! : http://www.butterflyintheattic.com/2017/01/co-hosting-youre-star-blog-hop-week-2.html
    Thank you & please link up your most recent posts to the January Linky Party.
    Angie

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