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St Simeon Monastery, Antakya

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St Simeon Monastery is located in Antakya. Add St Simeon Monastery to your Antakya travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Antakya trip itinerary planner.
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  • Yes I agree, beautiful monastic ruins. Recent simple except there doesn't seem to be any tourist air environmental regulations but this fool you. Hatay falls your way. Nahırlı (Ravi) village (the new name) in addition to the unique beauty of nature beauty inherited history. 1500 years of history located a unique landscape with the monastery still manages to enchant us. Unfortunately, there are no non-security measures again. A beautiful village of my beautiful places were plundered. On the way to the monastery you will see wind turbines although a beautiful image is every inch of my village is more than me to be plundered. From there the so-called precautions against attacks of local visitors.
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  • Samandag Antakya, 6 km on the way to ratchet up the stone path in the monastery include pretty. Wind roses accompanied by stunning views through. But it made me very sad to have neglected landscape is gorgeous. On one side the Asi River on one side and the Mediterranean. David yakalarsaniz the MAGNIFICENT, especially days.
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  • What we found with the thousand and one hard, this monastery was really disappointing for us. You can see stacked stones in a row just does not care. What a what information have a descriptive information guard nor. Tourist place of those places that need protection and care, I hope.
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