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View looking west at the interior of Saint Peter's Church. Above the altar is a painting depicting a sheet being lowered from heaven with unclean animals—indicating that Gentiles (Cornelius at Caesarea) were to be included in the church (Acts 10).
This is a Franciscan Roman Catholic basilica that was built in 1654. It was constructed on the remains of a Crusader Fortress and commemorates brining Tabitha (Dorcas) back from the dead (Acts 9:39–43).