Jesus tomb in Jerusalem reopens after $4m restoration
A team of scientists and restorers have completed the restoration of Jesus tomb in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem, at a cost of $4million. The restoration work, held up for more than 200 years, took only nine months to be completed. The tomb site is a cave where Roman Catholics and Orthodox Catholics believe Jesus was entombed and then was resurrected. It lies beneath a shrine called the Aedicule.