Aya Sufya

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Aya Sufya
Αγία Σοφία
Ayasofya
Zones historiques d'Istanbul
Hagia Sophia Mars 2013.jpg
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Ansa
Awanek anayanTturk
Province de Turquie (fr) SuqelIstanbul (fr) Suqel
Ville de plus d'un million d'habitants (fr) SuqelIstambul
District de Turquie (fr) SuqelFatih (fr) Suqel
Coordinates 41°00′30″N 28°58′48″E / 41.0083°N 28.98°E / 41.0083; 28.98Coordinates: 41°00′30″N 28°58′48″E / 41.0083°N 28.98°E / 41.0083; 28.98
History and use
Opening23 Fuṛaṛ 532
Taẓunẓut1054
Anemhal Justinien (fr) Suqel
Yettusemma ɣef sagesse de Dieu (fr) Suqel
Asɣan Tineslemt
christianisme orthodoxe (fr) Suqel
Nom (fr) Suqel sagesse de Dieu (fr) Suqel
Tasegda
Amasdag Isidore de Milet (fr) Suqel
Anthémius de Tralles (fr) Suqel
Tiridate (fr) Suqel
Sinan (fr) Suqel
Aɣan architecture byzantine (fr) Suqel
basilique (fr) Suqel
Heritage
Offical website

Aya Sufya (s taṭerkit : Ayasofya, s talatint : Sancta Sophia), d taglisya taqburt n Istambul bnan-t deg lqern wis 6 s tenmehla n amenkad abizanṭi Justinianus I, Aya Sufya yettuɣal lǧameε seg 1453, am iɛetmaniyen kecmen ɣer tamdint n Istambul. Ardeqqal, yettuɣal usalay seg 1934. Deg 10 yulyu 2020, Aya Sufya yettuɣal lǧameε tikkelt nniḍen[1],[2].

Aya Sufya yazga-d deg temnaḍt tamazrayt n Istambul, d Tigemmi tamaḍlant n UNESCO seg 1985[3].

Tizmilin[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

  1. (en) Hagia Sophia, deg britannica.com.
  2. azday s tafransist basilique Sainte-Sophie de Constantinople, deg larousse.fr.
  3. azday s tafransist Zones historiques d'Istanbul, deg unesco.org.