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Lost Worlds of Turkey

1-3 pm, Feb 07, 2013 | $10
 

Scholars and professors Martha and Ken Simonsen lecture on their recent trip to Turkey, where the world's oldest temple, Gobekli Tepe was recently discovered and has turned traditional theories about the earth's age upside down.



Where: St. John's United Methodist Church
Phone: 505-982-9274
Address:
1200 Old Pecos Trail
Santa Fe, New Mexico
87505

 

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