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Via Dolorosa in English
street in the Old City of Jerusalem through which it is believed Jesus was led to his crucifixion (Christianity); path of torture or hardship, suffering

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Via Dolorosa in Arabic
طريق الآلام (فيا دولورسا) , شارع في مدينة القدس القديمة والذي يعتقد أنه تم اقتياد المسيح من خلاله ليتم صلبه (مسيحية) ; مسار العذاب والمعاناه, معاناه

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Via Dolorosa in Spanish
Vía Dolorosa (nombre de la calle en la Antigua Jerusalén por donde fue llevado Jesús a la crucificación según la tradición cristiana)

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Via Dolorosa in Russian
Виа Долороса, страстной путь

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Via Dolorosa in Dutch
Via Dolorosa (een straatnaam in jeruzalem waar jezus naar zijn kruiziging liep volgens de Christenen)

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Via Dolorosa in Portuguese
Via Dolorosa, nome de uma rua na cidade velha de Jerusalém pela qual acredita-se que Jesus foi levado à cruz; caminho difícil ou marcado por sofrimento

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Via Dolorosa in Turkish
Kudüs'ün Eski Şehir'inde Hz. İsa'nın çarmıha gerilerek sürüklendiğine inanılan sokak (Hristiyanlık); işkence veya ızdırap yolu, acı

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Via Dolorosa in Italian
Via Dolorosa , via nella città vecchia di Gerusalemme lungo la quale si crede nella tradizione cristiana che Gesù si sia avviato verso la crocifissione; cammino di sofferenza

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Via Dolorosa in French
Via Dolorosa, nom portée par une rue de Jérusalem (vieille ville), rue par laquelle Jésus fut transporté pour la crucification d'après la tradition catholique; souffrance; chemin de torture; voie de la souffrance

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Via Dolorosa in German
Via Dolorosa (Leidensweg Jesus in Jerusalem)

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Via Dolorosa in Japanese
悲しみの道, キリストがはり付けにされたと信じられているエルサレムの道(キリスト教); 苦難の道

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Via Dolorosa in Hebrew
ויה דולורוזה (שמו של הרחוב בירושלים העתיקה שבו הובל ישו לצליבה לפי המסורת הנוצרית)

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Via Dolorosa in Swedish
Via Dolorosa (namn på gatan i Jerusalem som ledde Jesus till platsen där han korsfästes enligt den kristna traditionen)

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Via Dolorosa in English
The Via Dolorosa (Latin,"Way of Grief", "Way of Sorrows", "Way of Suffering" or simply "Painful Way") is a street, in two parts, within the Old City of Jerusalem, held to be the path that Jesus walked, carrying his cross, on the way to his crucifixion. The winding route from the Antonia Fortress west to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre—a distance of about 600 metres (2,000 feet)—is a celebrated place of Christian pilgrimage. The current route has been established since the 18th century, replacing various earlier versions. It is today marked by nine Stations of the Cross; there have been fourteen stations since the late 15th century, with the remaining five stations being inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

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The Way of Sorrow

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Via Dolorosa in Vietnamese
đường Thánh Giá (ở Giêrusalem)

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