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4/10/2013 - Travel - IC1207-5193
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For centuries the Istanbul was known as Constantinople after Constantine The Great, the Roman Emperor who adopted Christianity as the Empire's official religion. Constantine died in 337 and shortly afterward, in 360, the church Hagia Sophia (meaning Holy Wisdom) was inaugurated by Constantinius II.) ... More
In the age of the global village we might not be terribly surprised to bump into some old acquaintance while changing planes in Tokyo or Frankfurt. Six centuries ago this was also common for Muslim travelers ..) ... More