The Pilgrimage Church of St. Peter in Capernaum also called St. Peter's Church is a modern Catholic pilgrimage church found in the archaeological site of Capernaum.
|c. 1980 CE||The main entrance to the quadrangular oculus built over first century st. Peter's house and fifth century church|
|c. 100 CE||An aerial view of the 1st century CE church remains, which was most likely converted from St. Peter's house, with part of the 4th century synagogue seen in the upper-left corner. A few of the foundations of the original structure can also be seen.||N/A|
|c. 100 CE||The modern structure over the fifth century remains as seen from the south end of the Capernaum Synagogue with basalt residential structure in the foreground.||N/A|
|c. 100 CE||The interior of the Franciscan Church||N/A|
|c. 100 CE||Open air alter outside the Church building, with sea of Galilee in the background.||N/A|
|Latest Update: July 28, 2018|