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Class Powerpoint on the Hagia Sophia by Aysegul at Bilfen Schools, Istanbul, Turkey

Class Powerpoint on the Hagia Sophia by Aysegul at Bilfen Schools, Istanbul, Turkey

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Ten- to 15-year-old students from several classes at the Bilfen Schools in Istanbul, Turkey, created PowerPoint presentations about the Hagia Sophia after reviewing the information about all of the 21 finalists on the New7Wonders web site. Students also created a poster and encouraged their family and friends to vote for their favorite sites. Some other students are working on models of the Hagia Sophia for their Fine Arts projects.
Ten- to 15-year-old students from several classes at the Bilfen Schools in Istanbul, Turkey, created PowerPoint presentations about the Hagia Sophia after reviewing the information about all of the 21 finalists on the New7Wonders web site. Students also created a poster and encouraged their family and friends to vote for their favorite sites. Some other students are working on models of the Hagia Sophia for their Fine Arts projects.

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Published by: New7Wonders on Mar 28, 2011
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The most important Byzantine architecture found in Istanbulconsists of churches. The most magnificent of all of the Byzantinechurches is the Hagia Sophia. This church was designed by thearchitects Anthemios of Tralles and Izidorus of Miletus. Thisconstruction of the second Hagia Sophia was started in 532 by theorder of the Emperor Justinian and was built over the ruins of anearlier structure. Materials were brought from Ephesus, Athens,Rome, and Delphi and were used in the construction of thismagnificent building. The church was opened for worship five yearslater, in 537. The Hagia Sophia has a diameter of 31-33 meters anda height of 54 meters and is covered with a large dome. The churchwas considerably damaged by the earthquake of 557 and the nephew of the Architect Izidorus supervised the repair of the structure.
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