Church of Saint James Intercisus
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The Church of Saint James Intercisus was a Catholic church situated at the northern edge of what is now the Armenian Quarter of Old City of Jerusalem in then Kingdom of Jerusalem in the 12th-century. It was dedicated to James Intercisus, a Persian martyr and saint. After the fall of Jerusalem, it was transformed into the Al-Yaqubi Mosque.
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