Hagia Sophia: History, Facts, & Significance
Hagia Sophia was Greek Orthodox Christian Patriachal basilica later imperial Mosque located in Istanbul in Turkey. The Architecture of Mosque constructed in Byzantine Architecture. It is the best example of this type architectural monuments. It was considered under the UNESCO world heritage site. It is a type of Greek Orthodox and Roman Catholica Church.
The Original roof of this mosque destroyed in a fire accident. Hagia Sophia inaugurated under the rule of Constantius II. It was restored and rededicated by Theodious II. in 1435, Hagia Sophia journey starts from church to a mosque. The mosque reopened in 1849 and it was transferred to Museum in 1935 A.D.
Tourist Attractions Around Hagia Sophia
Private Istanbul walking Tour, Historical areas of Istanbul, Basilica Cistern, Gulhane Park, Road Tunnel Travel, Caferaga Medresesi, Big Bus Istanbul, Heritage Nomadic Art Gallery places are surrounded by Hagia Sophia.