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The ruins of Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian Empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year, Navroz, in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday.

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Detail of a bas-relief showing a lion attacking a goat-like animal at Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian Empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year, Navroz, in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday.

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An Iranian woman tours the ruins of Persepolis, Iran. Persepolis was one of the Persian Empire’s cities and was burned to the ground by the army of Alexander the Great in 330 B.C. Persepolis is believed to have been used as a ceremonial site about one month out of each year, around the Persian new year, Navroz, in the spring. People would come from all over Persia to celebrate the holiday.

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A statue outside the Library of Celsus in the ancient ruins of Ephesus—site of one of the seven churches of Asia, addressed in the Book of Revelation.

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Greek text inscribed on the Library of Celsus in the ancient ruins of Ephesus—site of one of the seven churches of Asia, addressed in the Book of Revelation.

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Library of Celsus in the ancient ruins of Ephesus—site of one of the seven churches of Asia, addressed in the Book of Revelation.

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A cross carved into stone in ancient ruins at Ephesus—site of one of the seven churches of Asia that are addressed in the Book of Revelation.

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A archway in the ancient ruins of Ephesus in Turkey. Ephesus was one of of the seven churches of Asia that are addressed in the book of Revelation.

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Tourists visit the ancient ruins at Ephesus—the site of one of the seven churches of Asia that are addressed in the book of Revelation.

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Tourists visit the ancient ruins at Ephesus—the site of one of the seven churches of Asia that are addressed in the book of Revelation.

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A man rides his horse down the Roman Road, which lies around nine miles north of Tarsus, Turkey. The Roman Road is said to be the main road into the city and the road the Apostle Paul used to travel to Tarsus. On the route there are graves belonging to the Roman and Byzantine ages.

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