Below are 360 views of the Tower Hill compound,
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The concrete road separates the living quarters & visitors quarters
from the College and Church
To the left of the concrete road ( built by Eric Salo from RI, USA and named “Jesus Way”) are the living quarters of Rev Themi, Rev Markos and visitors. The 1st iron gate on the left of Jesus Way leads to two self contained apartments, one of which Rev Markos and his family live in. Above the 1st iron gate is the main building where Rev Themi lives and which houses 4 other units and the community kitchen, this area is accessed by the second iron gate on Jesus Way.
The multi coloured tin shack, on the right at the base of Jesus Way, is a small local cafe, above the cafe to the right is the half finished church of Sts Constantine & Helen and above the church again to its left is the Tower Hill Teachers and IT College.
Jesus Way in all its glory; to the untrained eye this road may seem like a normal road, but to the locals its a amazing feat
Taken from the upper floor of the main residence where Rev Themi lives, we see from left to right the Teachers & IT College, the Church, Cafe and lower residence with the generator enclose at the very end.
To the far left you can see the 1st iron gate that leads into the lower 2 residences, to the right of the gate is the main residential building and then to the far right is the half finished church of Sts Constantine & Helen and somewhere in between through the trees you can see the blue hand rails of the Teachers & IT College.