Our journey will start from the north of Greece, the town of Kavala, the site of Philippi and the baptistery of Lydia, will continue at Thessaloniki, the bema at Veria, Athens, Mars Hill and finish at the Bema in Ancient Corinth from where Apostle Paul sailed to Ephesus and wrote the epistles to the Corinthians.
Discover the numerous byzantine chapels of Athens, the little Metropolis, the Kapnikarea, the Cathedral, walk on Mars Hill where St.Paul preached the Athenians and complete the day with the visit of the Byzantine museum so as to admire the Byzantine icons and art.
We shall visit the two Jewish synagogues in Athens, the older one, Ets Haim, is a Romaniot and the new one, Beth Salom is a Sefaradit. Then I will guide you at the Jewish museum, founded in 1977 that covers the history of Jewish in Greece. The exhibits cover the 2300 years of Jewish life […]