This is the church in Cana, where Jesus did his first miracle of turning water into wine.
It was very dark, so the pictures are fuzzy mostly, sorry.
Along the wall as you walk to the church, they have a long plaque telling the story:
The church, like many others, is built over the ruins of what the crusaders built:
Underneath that, they have found evidence of the original synagogue that was probably where the wedding took place:
They even have found one of the wine vats, this one being one of the six that contained the water turned into wine. They are not pitchers, but the reservoir from which the pitchers would have been filled:
And across the street, they gave us some wine from Cana, because you can’t go to Cana without drinking wine… Except ours was “no alcohol juice for the more-moins”.
It was very sweet, like the grape, not sweet like sugar the way it is in America.