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The Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. With over 11 million people, mostly Muslim, it is one of the largest cities in the world.

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Tall Windows

Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. Originally a Greek Orthodox basilica (church), then a mosque, and now a museum.

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Istanbul Architecture

Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. Originally a Greek Orthodox basilica (church), then a mosque, and now a museum.

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Istanbul Reflection

Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey. Originally a Greek Orthodox basilica (church), then a mosque, and now a museum.

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Man on the Street

A man sells flutes or recorders outside the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture.

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Greek History

Greek artifacts at the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Greek Details

Stone relief artifacts at the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture.

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Hagia Sophia Interior

People tour the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. Round signs containing Arabic calligraphy hang high on the walls. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Interior

The main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. In the mid-15th century, the building was converted into a mosque. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Detials

People are framed in an opening beside a relief in the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. In the mid-15th century, the building was converted into a mosque. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Interior

A corridor in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture.

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Hagia Sophia Interior

A corridor in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture.

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Hagia Sophia Detials

People are framed in an opening in the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. In the mid-15th century, the building was converted into a mosque. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Detials

A detail of the ornate ceiling containing paintings and designs in the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Detials

A detail of metal lattice in the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Hagia Sophia Detials

A detail of metal lattice in the main room in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Art Museum

A gallery displaying artwork in a room of the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Arabic Writing

Arabic handwriting on a wall in the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Reflections of People

A mirror reflects people as they tour the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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Building Exterior

The exterior of the Hagia Sophia Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The original Hagia Sophia building, which was a church, was built by Constantine the Great in the fourth century. The current building, which is the third, was built between 532 and 537 A.D. and is a classic example of Byzantine architecture. The building was converted into a mosque in the mid-15th century. In 1934, the Hagia Sophia became a museum, and this is its function today.

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