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Turkey Holy Land Tours 
Anatolia, a bridge that stretches from the mystery of being to the present and joins east and west; an embracing abundance that brings...
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About St. Paul 
St. Paul, the great Christian missionary, was born perhaps in 10 CE, city of Tarsus. His family ....
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Church of Ephesus
The persecution that broke out afterthe murder of stephen is often cited as the occasion for John coming to Ephesus.
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About St. John
John the Apostle was the son of Zebedee, and the brother of  James. One tradition gives his mother's name ...
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The House of Virgin Mary
We have no written historical evidence witnessing to the presence of the Virgin Mary in Anatolia. The Gospel mentions Mary when
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About St. Thecla
In Iconium (Konya), among those who embraced the Good News, through the preaching of Saint Paul, .....
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Turkey is called the Other Holy Land as it has more biblical sites than any other country in the Middle East. Unfortunately many Christians are unaware of Turkey’s unique role in the Bible because Biblical references works usually refer to this strategic peninsula, that bounded by the Mediterranean, Aegean, and Black Seas, as Asia Minor or Anatolia. Turkey is very important in understanding the background of the New Testament, because approximately two-thirds of its books were written either to or from churches in Turkey where the three major apostles—Peter, St. Paul, Turkey is called the Other Holy Land as it has more biblical sites than any other country in the Middle East. Turkey is called the Other Holy Land as it has more biblical sites than any other country in the Middle East.

The prophet Daniel saw a vision portraying four successive kingdoms, likened to four beasts, that would rule the ancient Near East (Dan. 7:2-12; cf. 2:31-43). The first beast, the lion, had already arrived with the Babylonians. Next to come were the Medo-Persians (the bear). The Persians completed their domination of Anatolia in 546 B.C. when Cyrus defeated the famous Lydian king Croesus. Sardis now became the capital of a Persian satrapy. Alexander the Great was the Macedonian leopard who next appeared on the scene. He is also described as a one-horned goat in Daniel 8:5–8. Alexander’s first defeat of the Persians occurred at GranicusRiver in northeastern Turkey in 334 C.C. A year later at Issus Alexander routed the Persian king Darius III, thus securing Greek control of Anatolia. Following Alexander's death (323 B.C.) his kingdom broke into four parts, each ruled by one of his generals (Dan 8:8; 11:3–4). Daniel 11 tells the prophetic history of .. For more

 
Biblical Tours in Turkey
Biblical Tours in Turkey - Greece 
   
   
   
   

Biblical Sites in
Turkey
(13 nights/ 14 days)

Biblical Jewels of
Turkey - Greece
(14 nights/ 14 days)

The Seven Churches  
of Revelation & Istanbul
(6 nights/ 7 days)

Footsteps of  
Saint Paul
(15 nights/ 16 days)

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Seven Church of Revelation   
...I was caught up in spirit on the Lord's day and heard behind me a voice as loud as a trumpet, 'Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches: to Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.'                                                                                                                            for more..... 
 
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