ANTAKYA

ANTAKYA

Antakya Archaeological Museum

Antakya Archaeological Museum

Antakya Archaeological Museum (?)

Antakya Archaeological Museum (?)

Antakya

Antakya

Antakya mosaic museum

Antakya mosaic museum

Antakya Sarcophagus - Antakya Archaeological Museum

Antakya Sarcophagus - Antakya Archaeological Museum

Antakya Breakfast

Antakya Breakfast

making kunefe - Antakya

making kunefe - Antakya

Antakya is the seat of the Hatay Province in southern Turkey, near the border with Syria. Known as Antioch in ancient times, the city has historical significance for Christianity, as it was the place where the followers of Jesus Christ were called Christians for the first time. So need to go there!

Antakya is the seat of the Hatay Province in southern Turkey, near the border with Syria. Known as Antioch in ancient times, the city has historical significance for Christianity, as it was the place where the followers of Jesus Christ were called Christians for the first time. So need to go there!

Grotto known as the Church of St. Peter in Antioch-on-the-Orontes (Antakya, Hatay). Peter was the first to establish a church in Antioch where followers of Jesus were first called "Christians". Antioch served as the home base for Peter, Paul and Barnabas; shortly it became the third most important bishopric - after Jerusalem and Rome - in the developing church. Mass is celebrated here yearly on the feast of SS Peter and Paul, June 29.

Grotto known as the Church of St. Peter in Antioch-on-the-Orontes (Antakya, Hatay). Peter was the first to establish a church in Antioch where followers of Jesus were first called "Christians". Antioch served as the home base for Peter, Paul and Barnabas; shortly it became the third most important bishopric - after Jerusalem and Rome - in the developing church. Mass is celebrated here yearly on the feast of SS Peter and Paul, June 29.

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