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

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  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.