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Visit Chora Church in Istanbul and explore the fascinating world of medieval Constantinople on a 2-h...
... the glittering mosaics and frescoes of Chora Church — now Kariye Museum — and view the church-turned-mosque sites of Pa...
3 hours 30 minutes
... Encounter the walls of Constantinople, Chora Church, Topkapi Gate, and the Castle of Seven Towers. Then hop on a boat a...
... Chora Church and Hagia Sophia. Numbers are limited to eight on this small-group tour, ensuring personalized attention.
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...late Byzantine mosaics of the beautiful Chora Church; descend into the magnificent Basilica Cistern to see its marble co...
3 hours 18 minutes
...g the Orthodox Patriarchate (Fener), Church of St. Mary of Blachernae, Church of St. Mary of the Mongols, Chora Church.
...y, Pierre Loti Hill, the Kariye Museum (Chora Church), the Ecumenical Orthodox Patriarchate, and the Suleymaniye Mosque,...
...ox Patriarchate in Fener, the Church of St. Mary of Blachernae, the Church of St. Mary of the Mongols, and Chora Church.
... Loti Hill, where you'll also encounter Chora Church, Topkapi Gate, and the Castle of Seven Tower. Then set sail. Marvel...
See Istanbul from a different perspective: by boat on this half-day tour. But first take a cable car...
Also known as the Church of St Saviour in Chora (chora translates 'countryside' in Byzantine Greek, which refers to what the site of the church exactly was when it was built), this is 1000 year old Byzantine church, an example of a church somewhat out of the traditional center, but is an absolute must see with precious mosaic frescoes and a captivating mood inside.
Also known as the Church of St Saviour in Chora (chora translates 'countryside' in Byzantine Greek, which refers to what the site of the church exactly was when it was built), this is 1000 year old Byzantine church, an example of a church somewhat out of the traditional center, but is an absolute must see with precious mosaic frescoes and a captivating mood inside. The early church frescoes had been covered with plaster for nearly 500 years, as the building had been converted into a mosque, but were uncovered in the mid-twentieth century and have been partially restored. Mindblowing frescoes and mosaics now cover the entire inside of this church. An impressive section of Theodosian walls is right next to the church.
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A Bulgarian Orthodox church better known as Demir Kilise, i
Arguably the centre of World Orthodoxy, housed since 1586 in Church of St George (Greek: Agíou Geōrgíou, Turkish: Aya Yorgi), which is, despite its religious importance, an otherwise unremarkable and unimpressive building from outside, though its lavishly decorated interior is worth a look
Originally a factory producing fezzes (fes), Ottoman red hats made of felt, adopted in Ottoman Empire in early 1800s as a part of westernizing efforts in lieu of much more traditional turbans
This is the main attraction around this part of the city
This is a typical industry museum which showcases evolution of machines
The old city walls, which were built during the reign of Byzantine emperor Theodosius II (r
Pera Museum is a private museum with a large collection of Turkish Orientalist paintings, archaeological finds of Anatolian measurement units and tools used in Asia Minor since antiquity, and faiences of Kütahya
Although not at the size of Hagia Sophia, this is the largest church (still used for religious activities) in Turkey