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23 May 2016
“Historical Church Amongst the Sights at Hierapolis”
5 Aug 2015
“Unique experience”
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Hierapolis, Pamukkale, Turkey
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Reviewed 23 May 2016

While cruising around Hierapolis it is fun exploring all the places inside. This is a fairly well kept church worth seeing along the way.

Thank Yakup A
Reviewed 5 August 2015

World Heritage site- stunning. Well preserved/presented- and an experience well worth seeing- if you like unique and thought provoking locations

Thank iandurnall
Reviewed 31 July 2015

If you have travelled and seen a lot of greco roman sites, this Hierapolis will not do anything for you. But as we are all there to visit the hot water springs and Hierapolis is connected to it, you might as Well have a stroll...More

1  Thank veertje1
Reviewed 12 February 2015

needs some attention. but just the ruins are awe inspiring. one wonders how it was that the ancient engineers and work men went about their business.

Thank sathr21
Reviewed 24 October 2014

We walked from the bottom of the hill up the path across the bridge and up the steps to see first the tomb of St Phillip and then on to the chruch of St Phillip. This church is said to be built in the sight...More

3  Thank Leeanne G
Reviewed 23 July 2014 via mobile

How they built this with the tools they had is nothing short of amazing! Very good example and well worth the time to explore.

2  Thank Chiefly1
Reviewed 20 June 2014

The remains of this christian Bizantine Church are very well kept, there is an information plate very close to the entrance of the archelogical remains. The history of the whole Hierapolis site is extensive and happens under many different governants and religions. We traveled by...More

5  Thank mtangulo
Reviewed 4 July 2012

How on earth did they manage to carve, transport and build such massive blocks of stone into such a wonderful building! I hope it remains standing, it does look a little precarious! Now fenced off.

3  Thank randm7
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