Hagia Sophia Religious Monument on Christian Cruise

Hagia Sophia Interior

Our Christian cruises, that visit Turkey, always include the church of Hagia Sophia (which means “holy wisdom”).  This church was first dedicated in 360 by Emperor Constantius II, son of the city’s founder, Emperor Constantine. During this early time period, the church served as the cathedral, or bishop’s seat. It had originally been called  Megale…

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Explore Athens on a Greece and Turkey Christian cruise

Athens on Christian Cruise

This Greece and Turkey Christian Cruise takes you to the “Tomb of the Unknown God” Site A highlight of our Greece and Turkey Christian cruise is to study the time during Paul’s visit to Athens. The city of Athens was only 20,000 inhabitants while Corinth was well over 200,000 inhabitants. Everywhere Paul looked in Athens he saw…

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Nicea: Explore Ancient Church Remains

Nicea Gate on Christian Cruises

Nicea (Nicaea) is a Unique Highlight on Christian Tours. Our Footsteps of Paul tour may have an interesting extension to Cappadocia.  We may have the opportunity to visit Nicea (also called Nicaea), home of the First Council of Churches started in 325AD.  Situated that the east end of Lake Ascanius, this lake town is surrounded by hills and an ancient…

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Mountainous beaches of Andriake, on Mediterranean Christian cruise

Antalya on Christian Cruises Turkey

The Best of Turkey on Mediterranean Christian Cruise Our Christian cruise stop at the lovely port of Antalya in Turkey allows us to visit more of the seaside areas where Paul reached Asia Minor and the important gateways to the Seven Churches of Revelation.  Our tour from Antalya also allows us to see Andriake, where…

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