3. See the Church of the Holy Sepulcher
Regarded as one of the most sacred of Christian sites, the Holy Sepulcher commemorates the place of Jesus' crucifixion and tomb. Originally, Emperor Constantine built this church in the 4th century, but the Crusaders renovated/rebuilt it in 1149. What you’ll find rather amazing is that six religions share space under the very grand roof – Franciscan Catholics, Greek Orthodox, Coptic, and Armenian, Syrian, and Ethiopian Christians.