Carol DerBoghosian gave an interesting and insightful presentation on Jerusalem titled, “The Life of Jesus As Seen Through the Holy Land Today” on Wednesday evening, March 30 in Guild Hall of the Diocesan Center. Hosted by the Zohrab Center, the presentation enabled the attendees to get a better understanding of Jerusalem and the Armenian Quarter today while viewing Carol’s photos from the Holy Land. These images included the St. James Chapel, Jordan River, Mount of Temptation, Sea of Galilee, Garden of Gethsemane, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Wailing Wall as well as the Soorp Purgish Cemetary and Sts. Tarkmanchatz School among many others. Carol’s photographs also captured Easter Sunday services in the Holy Land. Carol’s in-depth knowledge of Jerusalem as well as her enthusiastic presentation incited a desire in the attendees to visit Jerusalem and to see the sites for themselves.
Below are just a few images of the Holy Land taken by Carol: