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Holy Week Wallpaper

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Here are some photos I took of some powerful spots in Jerusalem, including the Rock of Agony, a 2,000 year old tree from the Garden of Gethsemane, the dungeon wall from the palace of Caiaphas, the type of thorns used in the Crown of Thorns, and a first century tomb.

The images are free to download and use on your device.

This is how they look on my iPhone…

Garden of Gethsemane (my favorite)

This is a close-up of a 2,000 year old witness in the Garden of Gethsemane.

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2,000 year old witness in the Garden of Gethsemane.

Rock of Agony

This is a close-up of the rock where Jesus sweat blood while in the Garden of Gethsemane. The rock is located inside the Basilica of the Agony, also known as the Church of All Nations, in Jerusalem.

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The rock where Jesus sweat blood.

The Dungeon

This is a shot of the wall inside the prison where Christ spent the night after being arrested in the Garden. The prison is located at Saint Peter in Gallicantu in Jerusalem.

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Wall of the prison where Christ spent His final night.

Crown of Thorns

This is a shot of the type of thorns used to make the Crown of Thorns. This tree grows at Dominus Flevit on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem.

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Type of thorns used in the Crown of Thorns.

First Century Tomb

This is not the empty tomb of Christ. But this is a first century tomb located inside the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, just behind Christ’s tomb. This is very similar to how His tomb would have looked.

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A first century tomb near where Christ was buried.

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