The place were Jesus was laid to rest is the most visited place in the city. But for those who can’t take a trip to Jerusalem, there’s a new way to see visit the holy site without leaving your home.
The website 360tr.com displays 9 images in which one can navigate 360 degrees inside the basilica without having to elbow your way through crowds.
Aside from the Holy Sepulchre, the site also shows the church’s chapels, which were built in the year 335.
A virtual visit to the basilica where you can appreciate every detail in every corner of the place where Joseph of Arimathea and Nicodemus laid the body of Jesus.