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Samsun - Arrival of Metropolitan Archbishop

Welcoming the Metropolitan Archbishop Monseigneur Amassias Germanos by the Orthodox Community upon his arrival at Samsun, Turkey, on the coast of the Black Sea. Capital of Samsun Province and important Port. Former Greek colony (BC). Captured by Seljuks in 1200. A Genoese trading post - taken by Ottomans in 15th century. Important trade centre - specialising in tobacco, booming after the arrival of the railway in the late 19th century

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Amisos Archbishop Arrival Capital Community Metropolitan Monseigneur Orthodox Samsoun Samsun Samsunta Samsus Welcoming Ottoman

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Welcome Home, Your Grace: A Historic Moment in Samsun, Turkey This evocative photograph captures the heartwarming welcome extended to Metropolitan Archbishop Monseigneur Amassias Germanos upon his arrival at the port city of Samsun, Turkey, in the late 19th century. The Orthodox community, proud of their rich history and cultural heritage, gathered at the coast to greet their spiritual leader as he stepped foot on Turkish soil. Samsun, the capital city of Samsun Province, is an essential port city located on the Black Sea. Its strategic position has made it an important trade center since ancient times. Samsun was once a Greek colony, conquered by the Seljuks in 1200, and later became a Genoese trading post before falling into Ottoman hands in the 15th century. The arrival of the railway in the late 19th century brought about a boom in trade, particularly in tobacco, making Samsun a thriving commercial hub. The city's history is a testament to the interconnectedness of the world, with various empires and civilizations leaving their mark on this coastal town. As Monseigneur Amassias Germanos disembarked from the ship, he was greeted with open arms by the Orthodox community, who had traveled from far and wide to welcome their spiritual leader. The scene exudes a sense of unity and pride, as the community embraces their past and looks towards the future. This photograph is a poignant reminder of the enduring connection between the people of Samsun and their history, as well as the power of community and faith to bring people together.

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