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Abstract


IMPRESSIONS OF ISLAMIC GEOGRAPHERS ON ISTANBUL AND HAGIA SOFIA IN BYZANTINE PERIOD
Istanbul, which is the most beautiful and influential city in the world since its establishment, has always attracted the attention of people. The capital of the Roman Empire has always been mentioned by beauty. Many travelers and geographers throughout history have gave information about Istanbul with its location, climate, natural harbors and many features. Istanbul where the capital of three empires, East Rome, Byzantine and the Ottoman Empire was the richest city. The aim of this study is to reveal the impressions of Islamic geographers about Istanbul in Byzantine period. In order to realize this aim were examined Arabic works written between 10th and 14th centuries. The walls and the Hagia Sophia also occupy an important place in the works of Islamic geographers and travelers. As a result of the research, data on the Istanbul walls, gates, hippodrome, Hagia Sophia and the surrounding area were reached. The walls of Istanbul are very complex and have been maintained every period. Another building belonging to the Byzantine period is Hagia Sophia. After Constantine's adoption of Christianity, Istanbul became not only a political center but also a religious center. The Hagia Sophia, which was accepted as the first cathedral of the world, witnessed various events throughout history. However, there are striking results about festivals celebrated in Hagia Sophia and Hippodrome, celebration preparations, monk emperors and monasteries.

Keywords
Islamic geographers, Hagia Sophia, Byzantine, Istanbul


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