The Church of “Petrus in gallicantu” (Latin: “Peter of the Cock crow“) on the eastern slope of Mount Zion , marks by Christian tradition, the place where Jesus was imprisoned when interrogated by the high priest, and denied by Peter (Mark 14:30).
The current church, built in 1924-1931, is constructed over ancient churches and over remains of an estate of a Jew from the Second temple period. The possibility that the estate belonged to a high priest cannot be rules out, nor can it be proven.
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A 360 Degrees image of the Interior inside the main Church of the “Petrus In Gallicantu” Complex