The Church of St. Peter is a cave carved into the rocks in Antakya, Turkey. Antakya, which was formerly Antioch, played an important role in the early spread of Christianity due to its location and trade routes. The Apostle Peter is the founder of the Antakya church, which is one of the oldest churches in the world, and he came to the city between 29 and 40 A.D. He first started preaching in this church and the followers of Jesus were first called Christians in this church which is one of the oldest in the world.

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