Sites of Apostle Paul

These pictures were taken by Peggy and Milo Johnson on a trip in November 2004 with the First Presbyterian Church in Salida. They started in Thessaloniki, went south through Greece, and boarded a ship which made several stops on the way to Kusadasi, Turkey, near Ephesus. They travelled north, ending in Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia was built in 537 AD, which is quite remarkable considering what else was going on in the rest of the world at that time. Feel free to reproduce any of these.