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EARLY BYZANTINE: Interior view of the Hagia Sophia. After Mehmed II's conquest of the city in 1453, Hagia Sophia was converted to a mosque, which it remained until the fall of the Ottoman empire in the early twentieth century.

EARLY BYZANTINE: Interior view of the Hagia Sophia. After Mehmed II's conquest of the city in 1453, Hagia Sophia was converted to a mosque, which it remained until the fall of the Ottoman empire in the early twentieth century.

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Anthemius of Tralles and Isidoros of Miletus (designers/builders) Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, 	532-537, exterior, interior, ground plan, elevation

Anthemius of Tralles and Isidoros of Miletus (designers/builders) Hagia Sophia, Constantinople, 532-537, exterior, interior, ground plan, elevation

Hagia Sophia-Church  was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian (Eastern Roman Emperor), in 5th century in Istanbul, Turkey.

Hagia Sophia-Church was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian (Eastern Roman Emperor), in 5th century in Istanbul, Turkey.

Hagia Sophia - Church was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian (Eastern Roman Emperor), in 5th century in Istanbul, Turkey.

Hagia Sophia - Church was built by Byzantine Emperor Justinian (Eastern Roman Emperor), in 5th century in Istanbul, Turkey.

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