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Churches
Nazareth has many churches for various dominations that worth a visit, with spectacular furnishes; architecture and collections of art. Churches are open daily till the afternoon and the entrance is free of charge. Please note that conservative attire is required (Covered shoulders and knees, Men should take off hats) when entering the church. Visitors are expected to be quiet and respectful. Most churches allow photos inside with some restrictions.

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Explorer featured places in Nazareth

  • The Basilica of the Annunciation was first built on the ruins of an old church and on top of Virgin Mary's home and cave.
  • The “Mary of Nazareth" center is a unique place where everyone can discover or rediscover the story of Mary of Nazareth. 
  • Greek-Orthodox Church is located over an underground spring from which Virgin Mary is believed to have been used to draw water when she was announced that she will have the son of God by Gabriel the archangel. 
  • Salesian Church of Jesus the Adolescent  Nazareth
    One of the largest and most beautiful churches in Nazareth located on the highest hill on the west of the city and visible from afar, this church is a great beginning point for city tour going all the way down to the Market and the city center.
  • Synagogue Church is a small Christian church in the heart of Nazareth known by this name because above its doorway is an embedded sign: "the synagogue." 

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The Association of Baptist Churches in Israel (ABC) was established in the early nineteen sixties when three area churches: Nazareth Baptist, Jerusalem Baptist and Baptist Village joined forces to promote each individual church's effort through mu
Coptic Church Nazareth
The Coptic congregation originated in Egypt around the first century, Coptics has arrived to Nazareth around the end of the 19th century.
The caves are the centre point of ancient Nazareth and the gateway to an underground city yet to be excavated.
The “Mary of Nazareth" center is a unique place where everyone can discover or rediscover the story of Mary of Nazareth.
 
Mensa Christi Church Nazareth
Mensa Christi Church is located next to the Maronite Church along side to a spring in the so-called "Spring Neighborhood".
It is believed that Jesus and his disciples used to dine in the "Mensa-Christi" church.
Saint Joseph's Church is a Franciscan Roman Catholic church in the Old City of Nazareth. It was built in 1914 over the remains of much older churches. It is located close to the Church of the Basilica of the Annunciation.
Salesian Church of Jesus the Adolescent  Nazareth
One of the largest and most beautiful churches in Nazareth located on the highest hill on the west of the city and visible from afar, this church is a great beginning point for city tour going all the way down to the Market and the city center.
St. Gabriel Church Nazareth
This Monastery was belong for White Sister and it was School for learning and also a Church, till 1970, after that the Monastery left over.
The Protestant-Anglican church is located in the town of Nazareth. The church lies next to the famous Church of the Annunciation.
The Basilica of the Annunciation was first built on the ruins of an old church and on top of Virgin Mary's home and cave.
Greek-Orthodox Church is located over an underground spring from which Virgin Mary is believed to have been used to draw water when she was announced that she will have the son of God by Gabriel the archangel.
 
The New Maronite Church Nazareth
The New Maronite Church, located next to the Church of Jesus the Adolescent, was recently built by Christians and Muslims Donations of Nazareth in order to reply to the ritual needs of the Maronite community in Nazareth, after they got refused man