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4th-century octagonal church found in Central Anatolia (www.hurriyetdailynews.com)

During recent excavation works in the ancient city of Tyana, located on the Christian holy pilgrimage path in central Turkey, an octagonal church and rare coins thought to date back to the fourth century were unearthed.

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