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Saint Paul's Church

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Saint Paul's Church

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5 Day Christian Tour Following the Footsteps of Apostle Paul all over Greece
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5 Day Christian Tour Following the Footsteps of Apostle Paul all over Greece

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Are you interested in following St. Paul's footsteps, throughout Greece? Book our 5-day Christian Tour Package, based on Apostle Paul and visit the most popular monasteries, churches and ancient places of interest in Greece! Visit sites of archaeological and Christian significance both in Athens and in Corinth and walk at the same paths Apostle of Nations walked and preached thousands of years ago!<br>Tour in Athens then go Ancient Corinth, and Kehries the port from where he set out on his journey to Syria.<br>Visit the area of Delphi and the byzantine monastery of Osios Loucas.<br>In Northern Greece visit Veroia and the marble "Vima of Apostle Paul", the Ancient town of Vergina and the King Phillip’s tombs. Following St. Paul's journeys, visit the "Agiasma of St. Paul" at Nea Fokea.<br>Visit Filippoi, where the first Christians in Europe were baptized, the "baptisma site" Visit the "ancient Neapolis" in Kavala, where Paul landed to begin his missionary labors in Europe.
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Xatzi M wrote a review Jul 2020
London, United Kingdom85 contributions1,042 helpful votes
Lovely Place of prairies if Saint Paul Be inside the cave you can touch the place that Saint Paul touch Totally unique place
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Erika F wrote a review Oct 2019
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Would not have missed this for the world, highlight of our trip! it was a ‘bad weather day’ but it didn’t matter. Such a unique place, like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Not an easy access, but my 90 year old Mother managed it, and she loved every second. I would recommend a visit very highly.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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kreez D wrote a review Oct 2019
Haarlem, The Netherlands105 contributions84 helpful votes
This place is really a must visit if you are in the area. It's so surreal that this cave, at one point, housed St Paul and many others. It was not easy to get inside to the prayer room but it was well worth it. To touch the stones in the cave is like touching something of the past. to be in the small cave is to be in the same room where St Paul was. Pretty cool. There was also a cistern where water was, according to the information sheet on the door and according to stories handed down, after praying, the water in the cistern flowed to sustain St Paul. The water is still there and is very clear. This is really a nice place to visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Dori wrote a review Aug 2019
Szigetszentmiklos, Hungary13 contributions3 helpful votes
This place is beautiful and really unique, you may haven't seen anything like this before. The entrance is gorgeous, but be prepared: the end of the tunnel is really narrow and the ceiling is really low.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Steve B wrote a review Apr 2019
London, United Kingdom4,229 contributions443 helpful votes
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My wife and myself were taken on a brief visit to Nea Fokea Village this afternoon and I, mistakenly, thought the main attraction would be the impressive Byzantine Watchtower. In the event, the attraction of greatest interest was to be found on the opposite side of the road - St Paul’s Church which is actually inside a cave. It is not, however, easy to navigate and the gap to reach the end of the cave is extremely narrow and one that many people may find too challenging. For those who do, there is a ‘Holy Water’ well. All in all, a very pleasant surprise and one that anyone visiting the Byzantine Watchtower should certainly take the trouble to cross the road!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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