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The Franciscans became established here in 1641 and began building the present church over an older church in 1879. The Franciscan Wedding Church at Cana is small and fronted by a courtyard.
The facade has angel figures and is flanked by two bell towers and over an arcaded narthex. The upper church has a chapel surmounted by a simple dome.
Jesus' mother was there, and Jesus and his disciples had also been invited to the wedding.
When the wine was gone, Jesus' mother said to him, "They have no more wine.""Dear woman, why do you involve me?
Recent excavations have uncovered ruins of houses from the 1st-4th centuries AD, of a 5th-century atrium with portico, a Christian funerary building from the 5th or 6th century, and a medieval building.
The land at Kafr Kanna was sold by the lord of Sidon to the Knights Hospitallers in 1254.
The ruins of the ancient village are atop a small hill and accessible only on foot or by SUV.
The excavators think the biblical Cana could be there instead of at this site 1 km to the east.
History records that a church was built in Cana by Empress Helena (mother of Constantine) in the 4th century, and this was identified with the remains of a large building found by travellers to Kafr Kanna in the 17th century.
The hike is strenuous, but rewarded with sweeping views and old ruins. Note: This information was accurate when first published and we do our best to keep it updated, but details such as opening hours and prices can change without notice.
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Cana (modern name Kafr Kanna; also known as Khirbet Cana) is a Galilean town five miles northeast of Nazareth.