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Children look away now! For Turkish archaeologists believe they have found the tomb of the original Santa Claus, otherwise known as Saint Nicholas. An intact tomb has been found underneath Saint Nicholas Church, in chat with hot women Demre district of Turkey's south-west province of Antalya.
Demre was built on the ruins of Myra, where St Nicholas was thought to have lived in the 4th Century. It had been thought they were taken by Italian merchants in when Myra - at the time a Greek town - was invaded by the Seljuk Turks.
By then St Nicholas was already revered among Christians for his generosity, in particular to children, and his humility. The church of St Nicholas in Demre is a popular destination for pilgrims as the site of St Nicholas's final resting place, and archaeological excavations have been taking place there for 20 local dating chat lines.
Cemil Karabayram, Antalya Director of Surveying and Monuments, said recent scientific and technological studies had revealed the existence of an intact tomb under the church. But it is hard to enter it because there are free live chat lines with motifs on the ground.
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A CT scan, huelva free adult phone chat lines geo-radar and eight academics had been brought in for the final stages of the excavation work. We claim that St Nicholas has been kept 77095 couples chat this temple without any damage.
We are at the last stage. If we get theAntalya's tourism will gain big momentum," he told the newspaper. Saint Nicholas's kindness became legendary over the centuries and he was popularised as Father Christmas who gives presents to children.
The Dutch took their version "Sinterklaas" when they settled in America, where he became the Santa Claus many know today. Santa Claus's Turkish roots.
Why St Nicholas works wonders for Russians. Until now, the bones of St Nicholas were believed to be in Bari, Italy.
Related Topics. Archaeology Christmas Turkey. More on this story.
Published 24 December Published 28 May
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