St. Paul's Well

Aziz Paul Kuyusu

This well is the only remnant of a house where St. Paul is believed to have lived. Definitely stop by if you happen to be in Tarsus.

Kızılmurat Mh., 2710. Sk, 33400 Tarsus/Mersin Province, Turkey

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