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Turmānīn was an ancient city in Idlib, Syria, about 20 kilometers west of Aleppo, at an elevation of 428 meters. The city's Basilica, build around 480 A.D., was an important influence on later church architecture, and operated as a monastery and a hospice that was noted for its care for the dying.
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