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View looking down from the dome of the rotunda on to the structure that covers the Tomb of Jesus. This structure is the most recent of a series, from the time of Constantine that have enshrined the tomb of Jesus. It was constructed after the great fire of 1808 and was completed in 1810.
In the lower left portion of the image the canopy over the Coptic chapel is visible, this is on the back (west) side of the structure. Above, and to the right of center, is the entrance into the Greek Orthodox Catholicon. The entrance to the two rooms of the tomb is from upper right moving to left (not visible in this image).
Note the iron casing that was put in place during the days of the British Mandate to prevent the structure from collapsing.