Elevated view from northwest showing the Hagia Sophia on the right and the Hagia Irene in the left background, separated by the fortified walls of the Topkapi Palace; the buildings of Haci Besir Aga Complex occupy the foreground. The residential neighborhood surrounding the church was lost to urban planning interventions at the end of the nineteenth century

Istanbul, Turkey

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