The Martyrium

Because I didn't do my homework, I missed this part of Hierapolis. The St. Philip Martyrium is believed to be the place where St. Philip the Apostle was buried. It dates back to the 5th Century and is located at the top of the hill outside the Northeastern part of the ancient Greek city walls.

Because I didn’t do my homework, I missed this part of Hierapolis the first time I was here. The St. Philip Martyrium is believed to be the place where St. Philip the Apostle was buried. It dates back to the 5th Century and is located at the top of the hill outside the Northeastern part of the ancient Greek city walls.

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