Church of the Holy Saviour at Chora, Istanbul. Visitors view the famous intricate ceilings frescos.
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great photo !!!
Thanks Groovy H. It’s groovy!
No worries stay groovy
Thanks IM. Beautiful small Christian church on the outskirts of Istanbul, containing some of the most historically significant frescos in the world. Visited there a few months back.
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