A hidden treasure in the Christian Quarter, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built around the area where Jesus spent his last hours (where he was crucified and buried) is an absolute must for you to visit. Christians are swirling everywhere in this church while celebrating ceremonies along its narrow and decrepit hallways lit with candles. The church is full of noise and spirituality, which seems to be from another century. I loved it.
The church of the Holy Sepulchre is interesting, unique and unmatched in terms of a Christian architectural structure. An unforgettable place that's not to be missed in the Old City. The dead body of Jesus, after he was taken down from the cross and buried, would have had an anointing with perfumes, and such anointing would have been made on this rock.
North of the Basilica of the Annunciation, almost adjacent, is the Church of San Jose, above the traditional place of his carpintery. It was built on the ruins of an old 13th century Crusaders church. It is famous for its crypt at the entrance to the lower church, its wine cellar with Byzantine mosaic adjacent to an underground cave as well as a silo. A baptismal font and the remains of ancient carpentry are still found here, or so the story tells.