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Kilise Mumlar

Biblical Tours

Explore 7 Churches in the Book of Revelation.

Seven Churches of Revelations in Turkey-7 days/6 nights

The "Seven Churches of Revelation" refers to  seven early Christian congregations mentioned in the Book of Revelation, the last book of the New Testament in the Bible. These churches are located in present-day Turkey. The churches mentioned in the Book of Revelation are Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamum, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.

The Book of Revelation, attributed to the Apostle John, contains a series of visions and symbolic imagery, including letters from Jesus to these seven churches. Each letter addresses the spiritual condition, strengths, and weaknesses of the respective church, providing guidance and encouragement. The letters also emphasize the need for repentance, perseverance, and faithfulness in the face of challenges.

The Seven Churches of Revelation hold significant historical and spiritual importance for Christians, and pilgrimages to these sites have been popular for centuries. Visiting these ancient locations allows believers to connect with the roots of their faith and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by early Christian communities.

This tour will cover the following three cities.

Istanbul is a city with a rich history, blending modernity with ancient charm. It's known for iconic landmarks like the Hagia Sophia, Blue Mosque, and the historic Topkapi Palace.

Selçuk is a town located in the İzmir Province of Turkey. It is situated near the Aegean coast and is known for its rich historical and cultural heritage. Some notable attractions in Selçuk include:

  • Ephesus (Efes): One of the most well-preserved ancient cities in the world, Ephesus was an important center of the ancient Roman and Byzantine civilizations. The Library of Celsus and the Great Theatre are among its prominent structures.

  • The Temple of Artemis (Artemision): Once considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, the Temple of Artemis was dedicated to the goddess Artemis and is an important archaeological site in Selçuk.

  • House of the Virgin Mary (Meryemana): A pilgrimage site for Christians, this is believed to be the house where the Virgin Mary spent her last years.

Pamukkale is famous for its terraces of white mineral-rich thermal waters. The site includes the ancient city of Hierapolis, Cleopatra pool and the terraces are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



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