Churches in Istanbul
Although Turkey is a Muslim country, you will been impressed to see in several points of the city Catholic and orthodox churches.
During the Ottoman Empire the churches were not destroyed and they are today a respect sign for the Catholic religion. Several churches exists until today and celebrate masses for a minority of Armenian and Greeks. We will speak about the most important churches:
It was built in 360 DC by the emperor
Constantino, its layout and decoration are typical of a Church of the Byzantine
era. It is located today at Sultan Ahmet's square in front of the blue Mosque.
Mosque or Holy Church
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