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Just like St Pierre church and the Archeological museum, the label of closed for restoration has been given to this site.
I pressed the buzzer and the man and his 2 little boys came to the gate and told me it's closed from entry. So...More
The church is normally not open for people to just drop in. However, if someone in charge is on the premises they will show you the interior. We were guided by Janel Gumusculuk. He also told us the history of the church. Make sure you...More
Very friendly reception by Mr. Janel, member of the parochial church council. He was showing us the interior of the church and answered to a lot of questions concerning the problems of the church-members and the religious very tolerant situation in Antakya. Extremly nice stay...More
Though this church is one of the oldest churches of the world, as it has been demolished by earthquakes in the past, the new building dates back only to 19th century. It's a classical othodox church. Staff working at the church are very helpful and...More
Established around 41 AC, Antakya Orthodox Church dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul is the second oldest church in the world following the church in Jerusalem.
The current building has been constructed by Russians following the destruction of the previous one ( built in...More