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The Hagia Sophia, the first visitors attraction of Turkey

For two consecutive years, in 2014 and 2015, the Hagia Sophia, which today serves as a museum, is the first…For two consecutive years, in 2014 and 2015, the Hagia Sophia, which today serves as a museum, is the first in a visitors attraction in the neighbouring country – Read, what are your other top places with Greek ρίζεςΗ Hagia Sophia in Istanbul is the first in a visitors attraction of Turkey for 2015, according to data released by the Turkish ministry of Culture and Tourism.2015 3.47 million tourists visited the Hagia Sophia, which was built in the 6th century ad and until 1453 it was an orthodox cathedral with the exception of the period from 1204 until 1261, during which it was converted to a roman temple. The Hagia Sophia after the fall of Constantinople functioned as a mosque from 1934 and later, during the era of mustafa Kemal Ataturk, it became a museum.But in 2014, the Hagia Sophia was the first to visitors while the second position occupied by the museum of topkapi in Istanbul, with 3.25 million visitors for 2015. In the third place follows the museum of Mevlana, in Konya, a city in central Turkey, which in 1923 had a Greek community with 2,500 residents.Follow the archaeological site of Pamukkale in the province of Denizli in southwestern Turkey, the open-air museum of Cappadocia, the ancient city of Troy and the underground ancient cities Derinkuyu (Relief) and Kaymaklı (Malakopi).Istanbul is the city that accepted the largest number of tourists in 2015 and the following are the Konya, and the city of Nevsehir (Neapolis) in central Turkey.Source

For two consecutive years, in 2014 and 2015, the Hagia Sophia, which today serves as a museum, is the first…
For two consecutive years, in 2014 and 2015, the Hagia Sophia, which today serves as a museum, is the first in a visitors attraction in the neighbouring country – Read, what are your other top places with Greek roots
The Hagia Sophia in Istanbul is the first in a visitors attraction of Turkey for 2015, according to data released by the Turkish ministry of Culture and Tourism.
2015 3.47 million tourists visited the Hagia Sophia, which was built in the 6th century ad and until 1453 it was an orthodox cathedral with the exception of the period from 1204 until 1261, during which it was converted to a roman temple. The Hagia Sophia after the fall of Constantinople functioned as a mosque from 1934 and later, during the era of mustafa Kemal Ataturk, it became a museum.
But in 2014, the Hagia Sophia was the first to visitors while the second position occupied by the museum of topkapi in Istanbul, with 3.25 million visitors for 2015. In the third place follows the museum of Mevlana, in Konya, a city in central Turkey, which in 1923 had a Greek community with 2,500 residents.
Follow the archaeological site of Pamukkale in the province of Denizli in southwestern Turkey, the open-air museum of Cappadocia, the ancient city of Troy and the underground ancient cities Derinkuyu (Relief) and Kaymaklı (Malakopi).
Istanbul is the city that accepted the largest number of tourists in 2015 and the following are the Konya, and the city of Nevsehir (Neapolis) in central Turkey.
Source

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