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3D Online Tour of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem

By Elisha Jacobsen, Jerusalem.com
December 26th, 2012
Jerusalem.com (jerusalem.com)

Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus, so why not learn about it with the free 3D online tour of his birthplace? Click to visit Now!

JERUSALEM, Israel (Catholic Online) - Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus, so why not learn about it with the free 3D online tour of his birthplace? 

Jerusalem.com has launched the Nativity Church 3D online tour just in time for Christmas. This enables anyone anywhere to take a 3D virtual tour of the birthplace of Jesus - the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem. Explore and learn about the birth of Christ, the 3 Magi who came bearing gifts, the Manger and more. 

This is a fantastic way for our young ones to learn about the place and story of the birth of Christ with a medium they love and enjoy. 

The stunning 3D educational tour of Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is narrated and guided and truly makes one feel as if he or she are there. This is the first time the Jerusalem.com 3D tours are available directly on the web (other 3D tours require downloading them to an iPad). 

Click HERE to start the tour!

About the Church of the Nativity

The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem marks the exact spot believed to be the birthplace of Jesus Christ. It is the oldest continuously operating church in the world and has been active for almost 1700 years!

The Church of Nativity is built over a cave which is traditionally believed to be the Manger in which the Virgin Mother Mary gave birth to Jesus. For this reason, the Church of the Nativity has been a site of pilgrimage since the second century and countless Christians gather here every year on Christmas Eve to pray and conduct mass. It has been named a World Heritage Site by the United Nation's Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). 

Visit Now at:
http://jerusalem.com/tour/nativity_church_3D

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