Turkey: 7 Churches & Istanbul with Dr. Dale W. Manor

March 28 - April 8, 2022

Just a few of the many columns discovered at Ephesus
The Kolin Hotel at Çanakkale was one of the many nice hotels we stayed in on this fantastic trip.
The famous Library of Celsus in Ephesus was completed about 117 A.D.
A nighttime view of Istanbul, Turkey
The Hagia Sophia Mosque in Istanbul
The Galata Spice Market in Istanbul
One of the many beautiful rooms in Topkapi Palace in Istanbul
One of the ancient ruins in the city of Miletus where Paul met with the elders from Ephesus
Just a little part of the pool at the KoruMar Hotel De Luxe in Kuşadası
After reading the letter from Jesus to the church in Thyatira, Dr. Manor discussed Lydia and the different sources of purple color.
Part of a large mosaic among the ruins at Laodicea
A close-up view of some of the artwork on the Temple of Trajan at Pergamum
The large amphitheatre on the Acropolis of Pergamum overlooks the modern city of Bergama, Turkey
Columns standing before an extremely large swimming pool at Aphrodisias
Remains of an octagonal church in Pamukkale
The Manors at the top of the theatre in Hierapolis
A delightful lunch at Selçuk, Turkey
An ancient cart with ancient jars at Smintheion
Dr. Dale Manor is teaching Macit how to use a visual demonstration so people will remember the three different types of columns of the ancient world.
Outside the ruins of St John Church in Philadelphia
A column of the ancient St John Church in Philadelphia
Carbonite minerals form the travertinie pools in Pamukkale.
A cross among the ruins at Troas
The remains of the Temple of Trajan at Pergamum