After the Last Supper at the Cenacle and the agony in the Garden of Olives, the path of the Passion of Christ leads us to Saint-Peter in Gallicantu.

Erected on the foundations of old Byzantine and Crusader churches, the current church was made in the 1930s.

The deep pit, on which was built the church in the 5th century, is the most venerated place in Saint-Peter of Gallicantu.

A holy vestige of the Passion of Christ

This model (scale 1/200e) represents the Christian Jerusalem during the Byzantine period, before its destruction by the Persians in 614. Seven churches are depicted, including Saint-Peter in Gallicantu.

The belvedere in Saint-Peter in Gallicantu offers an impressive point of view.