St. Paulus Memorial Museum was built in Tarsus in 11th-12th centuries A.D in the name of Saint Paulus. It is one of the top visited locations of both Tarsus and Mersin. St. Paulus Memorial Museum is a church that is on UNESCO’s World Heritage Tentative List. There is Jesus Christ, writers of the 4 gospels and angel murals on the roof of the church and there is a belfry in the northwest corner. St. Paulus Memorial Museum, which was recently restored and rearranged, is a very important faith tourism location. The church is one of the prominent pilgrimage destinations of Christianity; therefore, many foreigners visit the area in every season of the year.