Hagia Sophia Istanbul
© Omar Sayami

Changing lights

Evening hour in Istabul: The Hagia Sophia or St. Sophia Church is a former Byzantine church built from 532 to 537 AD. The church was used as a mosque from 1453 to 1935 - and has been used again since 2020. From 1935 to 2020 it served as a museum. | Turkey

Kingdom of the Dead The break course


  1. Wonderful light.
    And in addition to the historic grandeur of the Hagia Sophia, the tree also appears to be historic, despite being badly treated in terms of pruning.