Day Five
Pamukkale Travertines
Hierapolis Thermals
Apostle John's tomb
Tomb of St. John
Ephesus Library
Library of Celsus

After an overnight stay in Pamukkale the bus departed for Hierapolis and the beautiful ancient thermal center.  The ancient city sits on bluffs of white minerals.  It is an awesome site. 

Ephesus is about three hours from Pamukkale.  Mark Scott's devotion featured Paul's doctrine about "Walking."  Check it out on the Video Page.

The site locations also included a visit to the Church of St. John where he is supposedly buried. 

Paul spent three years in Ephesus.  Much of what was seen was not in Ephesus when Paul was there.  However, a synagogue and the theater were and those are mentioned in the book of Acts.

Our last visit of the day was the supposed location of Mary's house when John brought her with him to Ephesus after Christ's death.  

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Hierapolis Lake
Lake below Hierapolis
Lake below Hierapolis showing white cliffs
Hierapolis Map
Hierapolis Map

For more information regarding Hierapolis and Pamukkale

Janette, Jeaneane
Hierapolis travertines
Sasha, Doreen, Bryan
A look below
Mark, Barbara
St. John  Church
Enter St. John Church
Baptistry, St. John Church
Ryan in Baptistery
St. John Church, Ephesus
St. John Church

For more information on Ephesus and locations not seen
For more information regarding the Basilica of St. John, Ephesus
Message to Ephesus - Revelation 2:1
Text to the 7 Churches - including Ephesus

Curetes Street
Curetes back from library
Shops, Curetes Street, Ephesus
Shop mosaics
Curetes Street, Ephesus
Curetes toward library

For more information regarding Curetes Street

Celsus Library, Ephesus
Library of Celsus
Synagogue Steps
Synagogue Steps
(indicated by Mark M.)
Ephesus Theatre

For more information regarding the Library of Celsus
For more information regarding the Synagogue(s)
For more information regarding the Theater

Visit Mary's House
House of Mary visit
Mary's House
House of Mary
Sunset from road to Mary's house
Sunset from Mary's

For more information regarding the house of Mary

A beautiful day.    We walked through Biblical history.