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Revisiting The Tomb of Christ

Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre has witnessed violent attacks, wraths of earthquake and fire and it raises doubts about the actual burial place of Jesus Christ. Now scientific researches have proved that it may well be the actual tomb discovered by Romans 17 centuries ago. key words: tomb of christ, Jerusalem, Jesus Christ tomb, Holy Sepulchre
People line up to visit the renovated Edicule, the shrine that houses what is believed to be the tomb of Christ.
 renovated Edicule
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A conservator cleans the surface of the stone slab venerated as the final resting place of Jesus Christ
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Franciscan priests visit the traditional site of Jesus' tomb during its renovation in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
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A restorer removes debris beneath a broken marble slab to expose the original rock surface of what is considered the burial place of Jesus.
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Visitors admire the newly restored Edicule on March 21, 2017. The floor beneath the shrine is at risk of structural failure, scientists warn.
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