Hagia Sophia Standing as the Largest Building For Nearly a Millennia, the Dome of the Hagia Sophia, and the Geological Fault Line Beneath Istanbul

Constructed in 537 AD, Hagia Sophia was the largest building in the world aside from the Great Pyramids of Giza for nearly 1000 years. The glittering golden dome soars 180’ above the Hagia Sophia’s marble floor and is more than 100’ in diameter, allowing the Statue of Liberty to fit within the confines of this dome with room to spare. The North Anatolian Fault is the tectonic fault line which runs below Istanbul, coming in from Asia and running up into Europe...

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