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Capernaum is mentioned 16 times in the New Testament. It served as Jesus’ "headquarters" during his public ministry. Several disciples were from Capernaum and many miracles were performed here. It was a fishing village with a tollbooth and a synagogue. Indeed, it was large enough to be the residence of a public official and a Roman centurion.
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Assos (modern Behramkale) is located on the northwestern coast of Turkey on the Aegean Sea.
The apostle Paul, on his third missionary journey, walked from Alexandria Troas to Assos, a distance of about 20 miles. At Assos he joined his companions, who had come from Troas by ship, and together they set sail for Mitylene, Kios, and eventually Miletus (Acts 20:15).