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First of all you can find on our web site information about the history of ancient Turkey, about biblical sites to visit in Turkey and Greece, major Christian Saints, missionary journeys of St. Paul and Seven Churches of St. John.
Biblical Tour Guide provides you will all necessary details for arranging your biblical tour in Turkey and Greece.
Especially Western Civilizations in Anatolia played an important role, as 3 great religions were developed here: Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Many important events for the religions happened here, many important Saints lived on the lands of Turkey and left their footsteps there: St. Paul, St. John, St. Polycarp, St. Basil etc.
There is a lot of biblical saint places to visit in Turkey:
Antioch - the place where the followers of Jesus were first called Christians. Antioch became the residence of Patriarch of Asia in the ancient times. Two of the bishops of Antioch are famous in church history: Peter and Ignatius;
Tarsus ï¿½ the birth place of the Apostle Paul;
The Seven Churches of Revelation (the author of the Book of Revelation is St. John): Ephesus (the Church and the House of Virgin Mary is there, it is believed that the Mother of Jesus was brought there by John and spent her last days there, it is visited by many pilgrims every year;
Smyrna (St. Policarp, a member of the Christian church in Smyrna was bishop there);
Pergamum (the third letter of the seven letters of the St. John to the Churches of Asia Minor was sent to this church);
Thyatira (In the the letter in Revelation to the the church in Thyatira there is reference to "the Son of God, whose eyes flame like fire and whose feet gleam like burnished brass);
Sardis (you can find here the a small Byzantine Church, John told the Christians of Sardis that the letter in the Revelation was from "the One who holds the seven spirits of God the seven stars");
Philadelphia (Philadelphia was a missionary city, the most interesting remains of Christianity are a part of a Byzantine basilica with a big high arch);
Laodicea (The letter to the church of Laodicea is the 7th written to the 7 churches in Revelation. Christ rebukes the church in Laodicea as being neither hot nor cold, but lukewarm).
Search in our web site for the tour itineraries we suggest, or we can advise you on what kind of itinerary will suit your requirements: your budget, length of the stay, places to see.
You can just send a request to us providing us with the information about your arrival place (we are flexible and can start the tours from Istanbul, Ankara, Adana, Izmir etc), number of the participants (we arrange tours for groups as well as for individuals), places you would like to visit (we can customize your program concerning your request), the preferred tour language (we have got Professional tour guides approved by the Ministry of Culture and making tours in different languages) and we will arrange everything.
We will do our best for you to experience all historical, cultural and archaeological treasures of Turkey and Greece!
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