Beröa (auch Beroea, Berrhoia, Berea) war in der Antike der Name der

Beroea ist auch ein ein römisch-katholisches Titularbistum.

Theologisches Seminar Beröa ist der Name der Ausbildungsstätte des Bundes Freikirchlicher Pfingstgemeinden.

Siehe auch: Berea

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