The Monastery of Saint Thaddeus: Unveiling the World’s Oldest Church Nestled in the heart of northwestern Iran lies the Monastery of Saint Thaddeus, an ancient marvel that claims the title of the world’s oldest church. Dating back to the 1st century AD, this sacred site offers a glimpse into the rich history of Christianity in the region. With its intriguing architecture and spiritual significance, the monastery stands as a testament to the enduring legacy of faith.
Amosaic made by a freed slave to thank God for his emancipation was unearthed during the excavation at the 6th-century Church of the Holy Apostles in southern Hatay province. The Church of the Holy Apostles was found in an orange grove in the Arpaçiftlik neighborhood by Mehmet Keleş in 2007. After Keleş recognized historical artifacts while planting
A restoration project has been commenced on the Ilkhanid era (1256 to 1335) Qanbarabad Mosque in Masouleh, a historical village in northern Iran, a local tourism official has announced. Due to the fact that Qanbarabad mosque is one of the oldest monuments in the area, the restoration is being carried out under the supervision of