An 11th-Century Building in Istanbul Reflects Three Eras

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Autor: themindcircle Publicado el: 10/06/2024
An 11th-Century Building in Istanbul Reflects Three Eras

In Sultanahmet, a historic building that embodies the architectural features of three different periods stands out. The mega city of Istanbul, in addition to its modern structures, also hosts historical buildings inherited from various civilizations that lived in the area. These buildings, particularly concentrated in the area known as “old I...
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