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Qasr el Yahud is a baptism site in the Jordan River Valley region of the West Bank, claimed by the State of Palestine and under Israeli occupation. Because of this the more popular and easier access Yardenit Baptismal Site is where nearly all Christian pilgrims traveling to the region will visit during their Christian escorted tours to Israel.

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St. Peter’s Basilica (Italian: San Pietro in Vaticano), also called the New St. Peter’s Basilica is perhaps the most famous basilica of all located in Vatican City, an enclave of Rome. The Basilica was erected on the traditional site where St. Peter the apostle, whom is also considered the first Pope, was crucified and buried. The tomb of St. Peter is located under the main altar. The edifice - known as the church of the popes is a major Catholic Holy Land tour site, and the final resting place for many Popes.

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A fascinating walking route in Jerusalem which begins atop of Mount of Olives and takes pilgrims in the footsteps of Jesus as He entered the city for what was to be the last time. It begins near the summit, where a small building is open to the pilgrims. It’s under the Muslim authority, however for centuries it was a Christian chapel built by the Crusaders.