Hagia Sophia Ayasofya (Turkish) Ἁγία Σοφία (Greek) Sancta Sophia (Latin)
Hagia Sophia Mosque, Istanbul. Hagia Sophia was built in AD 537, during the reign of بیرینجی ژوستینین. Minarets were added as it was converted to a mosque in the 15th–16th centuries by the عثمانلی ایمپیراتورلوغو.
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^Curta, Florin; Holt, Andrew (2016). Great Events in Religion: An Encyclopedia of Pivotal Events in Religious History [3 volumes] (in انگلیسی). ABC-CLIO. p. 299. ISBN978-1-61069-566-4. Hagia Sophia was consecrated on December 27, 537, five years after construction had begun. The church was dedicated to the Wisdom of God, referring to the Logos (the second entity of the Trinity) or, alternatively, Christ as the Logos incarnate.