آیاصوفیا

ویکی‌پدیادان، آچیق بیلیک‌لیک‌دن
پرش به ناوبری پرش به جستجو
Hagia Sophia
Ayasofya (Turkish)
Ἁγία Σοφία (Greek)
Sancta Sophia (Latin)
Hagia Sophia Mars 2013.jpg
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.[۱]
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Coordinates41°0′30.48″N 28°58′48.93″E / 41.0084667°N 28.9802583°E / 41.0084667; 28.9802583موختصات: 41°0′30.48″N 28°58′48.93″E / 41.0084667°N 28.9802583°E / 41.0084667; 28.9802583
LocationFatih, ایستانبول, تورکیه
Type
MaterialAshlar, Roman brick
Length۸۲ m (۲۶۹ ft)
Width۷۳ m (۲۴۰ ft)
Height۵۵ m (۱۸۰ ft)
Beginning date۳۶۰؛ ۱۶۶۲ ایل قاباغ (۳۶۰)
Completion date۵۳۷؛ ۱۴۸۵ ایل قاباغ (۵۳۷)
Dedicated toWisdom of God, in reference to the Logos, the second person of the Trinity[۲]
Websitemuze.gen.tr/muze-detay/ayasofya
UNESCO World Heritage Site
بخشی ازHistoric Areas of Istanbul
نوعCultural: i, ii, iii, iv
قایناقلار356
ثبت1985 (9جی Session)

آیاصوفیا (تورکیه تورکجه‌سی: Ayasofya) ایستانبول شهرینده اولان بیر بویوک تاریخی مسجید دیر.

قایناقلار[دَییشدیر]

  1. ^ (1950) «Hagia Sophia and the First Minaret Erected after the Conquest of Constantinople». American Journal of Archaeology 54 (1): 28–40. DOI:10.2307/500639. ISSN 0002-9114.
  2. ^ 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. ISBN 978-1-61069-566-4. 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.


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360° panoraITS A BISHic view (virtual tour)
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ویکی‌سؤز ده آیاصوفیا ه مربوط اولان سؤز وار
Wikisource has the text of a 1905 New International Encyclopedia article about Hagia Sophia.