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Ayasofya | Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

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  • Nicolay O.
    Nicolay OfnerApril 27, 2014
    ehemalige byzantinische Kirche, spätere Moschee und heutiges Museum; letzte große Bauwerk der Spätantike, war die Hauptkirche desByzantinischen Reiches und religiöser Mittelpunkt der Orthodoxie;
  • simone p.
    simone peApril 2, 2013
    Tickets vorher online kaufen, ausdrucken und entspannt an der langen Schlange vorbeigehen
  • Mahmut Enes K.
    Mahmut Enes KayaalpSeptember 16, 2016
    İstanbul'u İstanbul yapan yapı. Nam-ı diğer fetih camisi. Zamanının ötesinde bir mimari ve emeğin ürünü. Tarihi birikimin ayakta tuttuğu zaman üstü bir yapı. Osmanlı (Türk) camilerinin ilham kaynağı.
    Oct 22 positiv bewertet
  • Thamer A.
    One of the most oldest churches since 500 AD. with a lot of details & great mixture between both Christian and Islamic cultures.
    Oct 15 positiv bewertet
  • Hännelore C.
    Hännelore ChavierOktober 7, 2016
    1500 years of history - Originally a Greek Orthodox Cathedral, converted to a Roman Catholic cathedral for a period, later an Ottoman mosque, & now a secularized museum.🕌📿👳🏻🕋📯⛪️🇹🇷
  • The Telegraph
    The TelegraphNovember 20, 2012
    Right across from the cistern is the greatest single building in a city full of wonders, the Hagia Sophia or Aya Sofya (£8.70, closed Mondays). It was a church, then a mosque and is now a museum.
  • Olga B.
    Olga BSeptember 12, 2015
    Потрясающе!Айа София-это одно из самых красивых мест, где мне доводилось побывать!Чего стоит только энергетика!А архитектура,а размеры...!Впечатляет!Хочется вернуться еще раз и уделить больше времени
  • Turkish Airlines
    Turkish AirlinesOktober 21, 2011
    Haghia Sophia is considered one of the finest architectural works in the world. Although it was occasionally damaged and repaired, its essence remains untouched especially since 1453.
    Sep 30 positiv bewertet
  • Martin A.
    Martin AngelettiAugust 11, 2014
    Its really really big, noisy, crowded, saint and diverse. The ceilings r super tall, the stairs a nice place for cool pictures. Its even better if you are retracing Robert Langdon steps in Istanbul.
  • Kamyar F.
    Kamyar FatemifarDezember 21, 2016
    Islamic Architecture & Christian Combined To Create This Great Work of Architecture , A Mosque & A Church , I Believe Church Used to be Better Though , Yet For Best Islamic Architecture Check Isfahan 
  • Reemo A.
    Reemo AlmanieJanuar 29, 2015
    Hagia Means holy wisdom. This museum was a cathedral(church) from 573 to 1435 then a mosque till 1931 and finally a museum. Hagia Sophia was an inspiration for many other Ottoman mosques.
  • Dens
    DensJuly 31, 2013
    If some guy outside tries to sell you tickets that allow you to cut line, it's cool & legit (we did it) and saved us like 20 min in line. Pro tip: once inside, do tje tour backward, starting w/ exit
  • Bianca B.
    Bianca BuenoAugust 11, 2014
    Of course you won't miss the impressive work of art, history and culture impressed on the walls and architecture of it. And do yourself a favor and read a bit about before getting in. ;)
  • Pavan
    PavanDezember 29, 2014
    Awestruck at the gigantic masterpiece. It's a must for anyone going to Istanbul. If you plan on visiting two or more of the historic sites, check the museum pass,you may save some money...
  • Ahn B.
    Ahn BustamanteSeptember 28, 2014
    Get here early in the morning to avoid long queues. The second floor is no longer leveled. There's a restaurant just beside it just in case you feel hungry after touring the museum.
  • Shawn C.
    Shawn CallahanNovember 29, 2015
    The idea that this church was built in the 500s AD and was the largest church in the world for 1000 years and I can walk around it today and even see Viking graffiti blows my mind.
  • Tan O.
    Tan OzturkJuni 11, 2013
    This beautiful rebuilt mosque takes your breath away!The history it encloses should be appreciated so I suggest you take a tour to learn&understand better everything. Take your time, enjoy and sink in
  • MC M.
    MC MamuJuni 1
    İstanbul'un yurtdışında tanınmasını sağlayan,görkemi ve mimarisiyle herkesi büyüleyen bir başyapıt.Tek eksik girişte adam gibi gezi haritası verilmemesi. Yıllardır süren restorasyonda bitsin artık.
  • Lillian S.
    Lillian SwordNovember 27, 2014
    my favourite attractions in Istanbul. There is so much history of Christianity the restoration is incredible. Pictures do not do it justice. Beautiful attraction, I cannot wait to visit again!
  • Noah W.
    Noah WeissSeptember 23, 2014
    This is the top MUST SEE in Istanbul. A church converted to a mosque converted to a museum tells the story of the city.
  • Stergios
    StergiosMai 26, 2015
    The most beautiful Greek Orthodox Church in the world. Skip the Turkish architectural attrocities and find grace. Αγία Σοφία, the cradle of orthodox world.
  • InterContinental Hotels & Resorts
    Hagia Sophia was the world's largest church until 1520, at which time it was converted to a Mosque. It is now a must-see Museum that showcases some of the finest Byzantine art pieces. Mehr erfahren
  • Kostas
    KostasFebruar 20, 2015
    From Orthodox church to Latin cathedral, to mosque and eventually as a museum the diamond of Isidoros and Anthemius still stands today as a brilliant showcase of architecture. Absolutely breathtaking
  • Ozan V.
    On the second floor, walk directly and turn left as the directions. In the left, you will see a small marble with runes on it. From the year 900's and it says "Halfdan was here", a Viking rune.
  • DHR.com
    DHR.comFebruar 9, 2012
    No visit to Istanbul is ever complete without visiting the Hagia Sofia, former basilica, mosque, and now a museum. Pay attention to all the mosaics and the dome, some of the museum's best features.
  • Fóursquare Türkiye
    Fóursquare TürkiyeMärz 14, 2013
    İstanbul'a gelen turistlerin ilk rotası... Alt galerideki minberle üst galerideki freskler başka yerde bulamayacağınız mükemmel bir sentez. Dev kubbesi ve kubbeye çıkan yol baş döndürüyor Mehr erfahren
  • Tania M.
    Tania MartinezOktober 20, 2015
    This place is amazing. You can see christian and muslim icons everywhere, under the same roof. And the columns were taken from greek temples.
  • Asya C.
    Asya CatzJuly 21, 2013
    During Ramadan the whole area around and between aya Sofia and blue Mosque is transformed once the sun goes down. Tourist crowds disappear to give space for local to have their 1st meal. Must see
  • Besh s
    Besh sApril 2
    40 TL per person and with the tour man extra 100 TL nice and amazing historical place and islamic place from 10 to 5 pm
  • edna_ellena ..
    edna_ellena .November 10
    Breathtaking place. On the first floor has a column with hole in it. Its named wishing column and it has interesting story. Make a wish by rotating your thumb inside the hole making full circle.
  • Fatmanur B.
    Fatmanur BezirciNovember 14
    Ecdadın sanata saygısı iyidir hiçbirşeye dokunmamış ki bugün bu şekilde hayranlıkla gezebiliyoruz ama yeni neslin ecdadına saygısı yok şu an müze de olsa yarıçıplak gezilmemeli burası 2 dindede kutsal
    vor 1 Woche positiv bewertet
  • Dean J.
    Dean JohnsonMai 9, 2015
    Beautiful architecture. I visited in mid April '15 and there was a good amount of construction but it didn't stop me from enjoying it
  • Anna
    AnnaFebruar 15, 2013
    Read more about it, it's quite an important piece of history. Its architectonics reflect the cross / body of Christ. Wonderful cathedral, and you can imagine how glorious it was in Byzantine times
  • Thanos A.
    Few meters in the right hand from entrance,there's a counter where you can take your personal Ayasofya guide ( number plastic guide with earset pen or sth like that with). It's worth for 20 TL.
  • Oznur G.
    Oznur GokhanOktober 11
    İmparator Jüstinyen'in 537'de yaptırdığı, dünyadaki en önemli mimari eserlerden birisi. Fatih İstanbul'u fethettiğinde camiye, Atatürk'ün emriyle de 1935'de müzeye çevrilmiş.
    vor 3 Wochen positiv bewertet
  • Ehma J.
    Ehma JohnstonOktober 17, 2014
    Although the enormity of Ayasofya is overwhelming, make sure you don't miss all the small things... Like the tiles in almost hidden corner niches and the viking's graffiti on the second floor.
  • Mehmet G.
    Mehmet GünyeliJuly 4, 2016
    Mimarlık tarihinin başyapıtı 532-537 yıllarında İmparator Justinianos tarafından mimarlar Milet'li İsidoros ve Aydın'lı Anthemios 'a yaptırılan Bizans'ın Mimarlık Şahaseri ..
  • Vanio C.
    Vanio ChAugust 20, 2014
    Architecture is amazing, a true miracle...the art inside is being restored but im not so sure that either the icons and the frescos nor the grace can be restored!
  • Jamie G.
    Jamie GrantJuly 14, 2014
    Do not fail to go to the second floor by way of the side passage inside and to the edge of the building. Views are spectacular and provide good photo ops.
  • Ferhat D.
    Ferhat DuranDezember 24, 2014
    15th century art and history of this structure standing among the masterpieces of architecture in the world and has become a symbol of Byzantine architecture with a large dome.
  • Turkey Tourism
    Turkey TourismMai 15, 2013
    Hagia Sophia is a former patriarchal basilica, later a mosque, now a museum in Istanbul, Turkey. Aya Sofya is universally acknowledged as one of the great buildings of the world. Mehr erfahren
  • Ana - @.
    Ana - @pixelvilleFebruar 21, 2014
    The place where Islam and Christianity embrace, with no boundaries. Beautiful exquisite architecture both interior and exterior. Couldn't get enough of filming and photographing 360s.
  • Bogdan D.
    Bogdan D.Oktober 10, 2014
    Great monumental church with both byzantine and ottoman elements; highlights are the nave, byzantine mosaics and the ablutions fountain;
  • SJ Lee🎗🇰🇷
    SJ Lee🎗🇰🇷Oktober 7, 2016
    다른곳은 몰라도 꼭 여기는 한국어 가이드 구하셔서 안내 들으셔야 합니다. 감동이 두 아니 열배가 됩니다!
  • Başak
    BaşakJuni 16, 2013
    Expensive entry fee at 25TL.(I believe places of worship ought to be free to enter)Both the Christian&Islamic art forms here are awe inspiring.There're no words to describe how beautiful's HagiaSophia
  • Sami O.
    Sami OrtaçJuni 6, 2016
    Schon mehr als 5 Mal hier gewesen
    Giriş kat hemen tüm Engel gurupları için uygun girişte Rampalar mevcut. Ancak 2.kat tekerlekmi sandalye için uygun değil en azından bağımsız çıkılamaz kuvvetli desteğe ihtiyaç var bunun dışında uygun
  • Los Viajes d.
    Los Viajes de PituMai 12, 2016
    Una de las vistas y visitas imprescindibles Estambul llegar pronto se forman grandes colas y ver las vistas de la Mezquita Azul desde la ventana de la segunda planta👍👍👍
  • layan
    layanAugust 25, 2016
    من اروع واجمل المعالم التاريخيه هل هي كنيسه عو مسجد او متحف هي كنيسه وفتحه سلطان محند الفاتح وشتراها من الرهبان ويوجد وثيقه وتحولت لمسجد ثم حولها اتاتورك لمتحف ليرضي الغرب
  • Carl G.
    Carl GriffinJanuar 1, 2016
    Originally a 6th century Byzantine church and HQ of the Eastern Orthodox christian church. Was converted to a mosque by Mehmet the Conqueror in 1453 & then to a museum by Ataturk in 1935.
  • EL-BERR البر
    EL-BERR البرFebruar 21, 2015
    Bizans İmparatoru I. Jüstinyen tarafından MS 532 - 537 yılları arasında İstanbul'un tarihi yarımadasındaki eski şehir merkezine inşa ettirilmiş,1453'te Fatih tarafından Cami'ye çevrilmiştir.
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