rutakintome in Israel November 30, 2012 67 Words St. Anne’s Church, Jerusalem This ancient church was completed in 1138. World renowned for its acoustics, I not only had the opportunity to visit this beautiful sacred space, but was privileged to sing there as well. This magnificent structure is rich with history and beauty and was a highlight of my trip to Israel. The image below was taken as we entered the church grounds. Share this:TwitterEmailLinkedInFacebookMoreRedditTumblrWhatsAppPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related TaggedacousticsarchitectureIsraelJerusalemRomanesque architectureSt. Ann's Church
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Carlos, you need to put a link in here to the clip of you singning. It was simply amazing!
Thanks Cleary. I was thinking about it, but decided to keep this a photo blog 🙂
So full of peace and silent. Carlos, I’m sad of losen harmony, of fear and hate there. Hope for better times, thanks for sharing! M.
Thanks for stopping by Matthias! Yes… we pray for peace…