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What are two architectural deviations from traditional religious structures for the Hagia Sophia?

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What are two architectural deviations from traditional religious structures for the Hagia Sophia?

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Design may refer to a layout for the construction of an object such as a building, or the actual construction of the object such as pottery. It usually takes into account, factors such as the aesthetic, economic, and cultural values of the object being designed.

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The Hagia Sophia was built in Turkey in 537 by the Roman Emperor Justinian I. It was the cathedral of the Christian Church at the capital of the Roman...

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Islamic Architecture: Origin, History & Styles

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Islamic architecture involves a wide range of constructions spanning centuries of buildings across the world. Explore the origins and history of the style, repeated architectural elements, and common types of buildings in Islamic architecture.


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