Hagia Sofia is in Istanbul and means ‘Holy Wisdom’ and is one of the best Byzantine structures in the world.
It was originally a Temple to the Greek Gods before a church was constructed in 325 by the Roman Emperor Constantine The Great. The huge dome was built 200 years later, and it remained one of the largest churches in the world for the next 1,000 years.
 After the Turkish conquest in 1453, Mehmet the Second converted it to a mosque and it remained a mosque for the next 500 years until Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, designated it as a museum in 1935.
Finally, in 2020, the current Turkish President, Erdogan, converted it to a mosque again.
It is a truly spectacular spiritual place, and one cannot help being moved by the generations of people who have worshipped God in this building.
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