Church of all nations, Gethsemani, Jerusalem

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The church of all nations in Jerusalem, also called as The Basilica of the Agony is mainly located at the base of Mount Olives following the Garden of Gethsame. According to the bible, this Roman Catholic church preserves an area in this mentioned garden where Jesus prayed before He was arrested. 
The Church of all nations was sanctified in may 1924 and its structure was completed in that year also. It is affiliated with the Roman Catholic and basically based in the Jerusalem with an organizational status of minor basilica. On the other hand, the modern style of the church of all nations is located between Byzantine Basilica-4th century which is abolished by an earthquake and a Crusader chapel-12th century but abandoned in the year 1935. 
The Basilica of the Agony ids the former name of the church of all nations which is given by the twelve countries who founded it. The name of this Roman Catholic church also implies that nobody owns it but rather founded by different originator.

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