Ancient church uncovered in Turkey

Published on July 26th, 2011 | by Admin

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The remains of a church has been found in the ancient city of Pisidian Antioch in Turkey.

“We have found the remains of a three-nave church one and a half meters below the surface,” Ozhanli told AA correspondent.

Ozhanli said the building was constructed as a Pagan temple, however it was converted to a church after the spread of Christianity.

“This is the fifth church we have brought to daylight in this ancient city,” Ozhanli said.

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