Hagia Sophia is more than 1,400 years old. It was a Christian Church, then a Muslim mosque, and is now a museum. Here, from National Book Award winner Richard Winston, is the extraordinary story of one of the world's great architectural treasures and its everchanging role in the history of Constantinople.
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About the Author
National Book Award winner Richard Winston is the author of Charlemagne, Life in the Middle Ages, and Hagia Sophia: A History.