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Restoration work completed on site of Jesus's tomb in Jerusalem

Reuters Monday, 20 March 2017 ()
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A team of scientists and restorers has completed work on the site of the tomb of Jesus in Jerusalem's Old City, and it will be re-opened to the public on Wednesday.
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A ceremony is held after Jesus's burial site in Jerusalem after nine months of restoration that cost $3.3 million.

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