The mysterious Lycian city of the World, which at one time been the Hellenization, and then became one of the centers of Eastern Christianity, in the XIII century. Was covered with a thick layer of sediment of the local river. Excavated Byzantine chapel was in excellent condition. Perhaps the rest of the city is preserved as well.
In the IV century Bishop Nicholas turned the city into the World on the Mediterranean coast to the capital of the Christian world. Later canonized figure, and it turned into our Saint Nicholas in their Santa Claus, but the World waited less fortune.
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