Magical Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia is located in Fatih district on the European side of Istanbul. Fatih is one of the districts that attract the most attention from foreign citizens who want to invest in real estate, buy and rent a house in Istanbul. Hagia Sophia is the largest Byzantine Church built in Istanbul. It was built three times in the same section. In the period when it was first built, it was named Megale Ekklesia. While it was a patriarchal cathedral built between 532-537 by the Byzantine Emperor Justinianus, it was converted into a mosque by Fatih Sultan Mehmed after the conquest of Istanbul by the Ottomans in 1453. Hagia Sophia, the largest church built by the Eastern Roman Empire in Istanbul, was built three times in the same place.





Fatih district, which is advantageous in many ways in terms of its proximity to university hospitals and ease of transportation, is among the districts preferred by foreign investors who want to buy a house and invest in real estate. You can reach Hagia Sophia by Halkalı-Gebze Marmaray line. After arriving at Sirkeci Stop, you can reach Hagia Sophia Mosque by tram. Other districts close to Hagia Sophia, located in Fatih district in Istanbul, are Beyoğlu and Zeytinburnu. Those who want to buy an apartment in Istanbul due to the location of Fatih district should prefer Fatih district because of its proximity to other districts in Istanbul. Because Fatih district has one of the closest locations to the 15 July Cities Bridge and the Eurasia Tunnel. Fatih district biggest feature is the heart of the historical peninsula in Istanbul Turkey. By buying a property in Fatih district, you can experience the magnificent history of Istanbul and reach your desired destination quickly.


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