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    Ephesus, Turkey

    This is the Mount of Olives taken from the Temple Mount. The cemetery goes back to the time of Christ. Jerusalem, Israel.

    Ruins of Ephesus - Turkey

    The Hercules Gate, Ephesus, Turkey

    Nike; the Goddess of Victory, at Ephesus - Turkey

    Church of the Holy Sepulchre where Jesus was crucified

    Ephesus Turkey, where Paul preached to the Ephesians/ BIBLE IN MY LANGUAGE

    The Library of Celsus, Ephesus Turkey -This ancient city is an amazing place to explore for a day.

    Floor tiles in Ephesus. Ephesus was one of the 12 cities of the Ionian League during the Classical Greek era. It later become a major Roman city. It is located on the coast of Ionia near present day Selcuk, Izmir Province, Turkey.

    Istanbul Skyline Art Print, Turkish Art, Istanbul Turkey Travel Poster, Istanbul horizontal print, Istanbul Art Gift, 3 sizes style E8-O-IST

    Jesus' tomb in the Holy Land. I will make it to the Holy Land one day!

    Delphi, Greece where St. Paul preached and evangelized.

    Jerusalem:The Holy Land.. I would ♥ to visit this place!

    Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth. Corinth was an ancient city in Greece which was evangelized by the apostle Paul. He later sent them two letters which became part of the New Testament.

    "Qasr el Yahud", near Jericho, is believed to be the exact site where John baptized Jesus

    The remains of Hadrian's Gate at Ephesus, Turkey; One of the places where Paul the apostle preached.

    Cappadocia is also mentioned in the biblical account given in the book of Acts 2:9. The Cappadocians were named as one group hearing the Gospel account from Galileans in their own language on the day of Pentecost shortly after the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Acts 2:5 seems to suggest that the Cappadocians in this account were "God-fearing Jews". See Acts of the Apostles.


    Library of Celsus in Ephesus - Efes, Selcuk Turkey

    If you ever have a chance to visit - do it! Goreme is incredible. Goreme in Cappadocia, central Anatolia, Turkey

    Yeni Cami, Istanbul