The Church of the Holy Sepulchre is the holiest site in Jerusalem, and of all Christianity. Located within the Church is the Tomb of Christ, with steps leading up to Golgotha (Calvary) where Christ was crucified. The church was built around the tomb in 330AD by Emperor Constantine. Pilgrims can see the place where Jesus' body was laid, as well as a piece of the stone that was rolled away.
The Tomb of Jesus has a certain aura around it. To be in front of such a significant place for so many people really hits you hard. Another thing that was extremely interesting is how people behaved inside the actual chamber and also how thousands of people lined up to enter the Tomb of Jesus. Upstairs you can also find the location of where Jesus was crucified. There is a massive amount of people lined up to pay their respects which I found very profound.
"I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint... my mouth is dried up like a potsherd ... they pierce my hands and my feet...my bones are on display...people stare and gloat over me." Psalm 22 Peter O' Neill gallery
Golgotha Hill or “the place of the skull,” is said to be the place where Jesus was crucified. Read more: http://www.beliefnet.com/JesusDaily/Features/15-Places-in-the-Holy-Land-to-Visit.aspx#ixzz1oEeI35IA