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Hagia Sophia Museum

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Hagia Sophia means "Holy Wisdom". The great Hagia Sophia was built on the remains of another church in 537, converted into a mosque in 1453 and it is a museum since 1931. With its massive dome, it was the largest church in the world for nearly a thousand years, till 1520.
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Emrah
Emrah
November 25, 2019
Amazing historical place in old city of Istanbul
Rezzan
Rezzan
September 11, 2019
Visiting a museum with catholic and islamic features all together is something singular. You will not be able to see it anywhere else. Try one of the walking tours since you will enjoy better knowing what you see. Unless you are a museum fanatic a couple of hours are more than enough.
Allen
Allen
September 10, 2019
Excellent historical learning experience.
Mehmet
Mehmet
August 30, 2019
Hagia Sophia is the best example of the converted churches. The minarets suit the main building a lot and inside you can have atmosphere of both a Mosque and a Church. It is 1500 years old but still strong enough despite lots of earthquakes and fires.
Patrick
Patrick
July 22, 2019
The Hagia Sophia, a historical architectural wonders is a must see when visiting Istanbul. It’s an amazing feeling to stand under the gigantic dome, look at the ceiling and realize that you standing in a building with hundreds and hundreds of years of history.

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Lokacija
İstanbul, 34122
Cankurtaran
Broj telefona+90 212 522 17 50
Internetska stranicaayasofyamuzesi.gov.tr
Radno vrijeme (sada)Zatvoreno · Otvara se u Wednesday 9:00 AM
Kreditne kartice
Yes (incl. NFC Payments & Visa)
Bežični internet
Free & Paid
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