Well mantained, warm, clean, very nice people inside, warm welcoming, I like how it looks and the history can be feeled
One of 2 Churches of Annunciation. This one has a more historic and authentic feel to it. I particularly liked the little spring that ran inside which was apparently connected to Mary's Well which is now sadly neglected.
I spent the afternoon walking in Nazareth with part of the destination St. Gabriel's Church. the previous year we arrived and it was close. What a blessing to visit inside this beautiful Church. Beauty in the art work, the carvings and the experience is overwhelming knowing I was in a place where Mary actually visited in the wonderful village.
At the northern end of Paulus VI Street, near Mary's Well, lies St. Gabriel's Church (otherwise known as the Greek Orthodox Church of the Annunciation). Many visitors do not realise that the site in Nazareth where Mary received the divine revelation (Annunciation) through the angel Gabriel is still contested to this day by the Roman Catholic and the Greek Orthodox... More
Lovely example of devotion to the place. Maintains a working parish to serve the local people. The section devoted to the purported grotto of the Annunciation is discrete yet available.
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