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Hagia Sophia, built by Eastern Roman emperor Justinian in 6th century AD, has been home to Pagan faiths, Christian Orthodox, and Sunni Islam. Located in Istanbul, Turkey, In the past it housed nails from the crucifix of Christ and the shroud of Mary. Today it is a museum in the Turkish Republic.


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Sarah Huel1 yr ago
this place is so exotic amorous. Turkey is so unique with the mix of East and West
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Fae Hamill1 yr ago
it is so magnificent and impressive, and the unique religious elements of Orthodox are fascinating and for me, a hisotry lover, would love to see more
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some one1 yr ago
Nice water fountain and museum.
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