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7 August 2020


'Hagia Sophia will always belong to world's heritage'

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Reopening Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia for prayers will not deprive it of its identity, as it will always belong to the world’s historical heritage, Ibrahim Kalin, Turkey’s presidential spokesperson, told.

Axar.az reports citing Turkish media.

Opening Hagia Sophia to prayer, as Turkish leaders have expressed interest in doing, will not hinder people visiting it, he said. Turkey will still preserve the Christian icons there, just like our ancestors preserved all Christian values, said Kalin.

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2020.07.09 / 23:51
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