Every journey begins with a first step...

The JERUSALEM WAY - The World's Longest Peace and Cultural Route!

The JERUSALEM WAY brings together different religions, nations, and cultures in an extraordinary peace project.

The JERUSALEM WAY stands for mutual recognition, tolerance, and an appreciation of different ways of life.

Love, the most powerful force in the universe, penetrates and illuminates everything and builds bridges between all people!

A pilgrimage creates opportunities for encounters, breaks down prejudices as well as fears, and strengthens trust – a primal, universal sense of trust! It is through mutual respect and love that we as individuals can reunite across the apparent borders of nationality and religion.

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Work is in progress on the over 7,500 km long GPS route, but not all countries are online yet. If you have any questions about the current GPS status, please contact us directly by e-mail: gps@jerusalemway.org 

The blistering heat also accompanies us in Greece. Lake Kerkini allows us the chance to cool down a bit. The landscape is hilly, the sea can already be anticipated – and in Kavala we stand on the beach for the first time. We come upon the traces of Apostle Paul for the first time in Philippi. We will follow his paths on foot to Damascus in Syria, but before that we use a pilgrim’s means of transportation, taking a ship that brings us to Alexandroupoli. We find the traces of the ancient Via Egnatia one last time, and then Turkey lies before us.


Excerpt from the travel diary: We have managed our way through Macedonia (it was wonderful) and enter GREECE on Saturday, August 14, 2010. Back in the EU again after a long time. 40-degree heat for the last week!! We sometimes hike at night.


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