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... until the reign of Antoninus Pius (138-161 A.D.). At the upper opening of the tunnel is a Latin inscription in the side of the tunnel that reads: “Divus Vespasianus et Divus Titus F.C.” (“Divine Vespasianus and Divine Titus caused it to be made”). Finally, at the lower opening of the tunnel there is what appears to be an arch bridge but this is in fact an aqueduct channel spanning the gorge of the open tunnel. Some various remains of the upper ...
... 11:26 as the first place the disciples were called Christians. Today it is home to a Catholic Church (where we also slept), Protestant Church, Orthodox Church, Synagogue, as well as many Mosques. We wanted to see and feel what this city was like for ourselves.
And find a feel we did. One of the first places we visited was St. Pierre Kilisesi (St. Peter's Church). It is one of the (possibly the) oldest churches. Walking ...
... the chains and swapped the front and back tyres over, but apart from that they required very little maintenance.
İt's been a great cycle trip. Compared to last time, our route has passed through more interesting terrain, and arguably countries. There's been a nice balance between days on the road and rest time. İt feels like we know how to do it this time round! It has still been challenging and there have still been some hard ...
... inside do not compare to those we later saw in Gaziantep.
Heading out to Gaziantep we saw the remnants of the ancient city of Antioch as we visited the Cave Church of St. Peter(also known as St. Peter's Grotto) The interior of the church is very simple and austere. The only permanent furnishings are a small altar, a single statue, and a stone throne. The walls have barely discernable frescoes with the floors having traces of mosaics. Said to have ...
... speak Turkish use those buses. How someone can't even learn the word "there" in English and point to the direction is beyond understanding. But on the other hand, why didn't I know the word for "there" in Turkish and confirm those details when buying the ticket? Lesson learnt. So from then on, I made more of an effort to brush up my Turkish vocabulary even though I was only in the country for a few days and it was not one of the languages I'm covering on this trip. And ...