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Imperial Gate | Hagia Sophia. Only the emperor was allowed to use this entrance to the church. All others had to use the smaller entrances to the left and right.

Imperial Gate | Hagia Sophia. Only the emperor was allowed to use this entrance to the church. All others had to use the smaller entrances to the left and right.

The Omphalion in Hagia Sophia is where the throne of Byzantine emperors was.

The Omphalion in Hagia Sophia is where the throne of Byzantine emperors was.

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire) - entrance into the atrium

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire) - entrance into the atrium

Cleansing fountain made of porphyry (a stone which is both an imperial and a celebratory symbol).

Cleansing fountain made of porphyry (a stone which is both an imperial and a celebratory symbol).

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire) - digital art reconstruction of the atrium before the church.

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire) - digital art reconstruction of the atrium before the church.

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia (Constantinople, Byzantine Empire)

Hagia Sophia Church. The current building was originally constructed between 532 and 537 on the orders of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian

Hagia Sophia Church. The current building was originally constructed between 532 and 537 on the orders of the Byzantine Emperor Justinian

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