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Zeyrek Mosque-Church of Christ Pantokrator
Istanbul

Between 1118 and 1124 Byzantine Empress Eirene Komnena built a monastery on this site dedicated to Christ Pantokrator. The monastery consisted of a main church, also dedicated to the Pantokrator, a library and a hospital.

Zeyrek Camii (Pantokrator Manastırı Kilisesi) İstanbul'un Zeyrek semtinde Doğu Roma döneminden kalma dinî yapıdır. Kilise üç ayrı şapelin bir araya gelmesinde oluşur. Ayasofya'dan sonra İstanbul'da ayakta kalan en büyük kilisedir.

Güneydeki ilk kilise II. Komnenos'un karısı Eirene tarafından 12. yüzyılın ilk çeyreğinde yaptırıldı. Karısının ölümünün ardından imparator kilisenin kuzeyinde, az ilerisine ikinci bir kilise yaptırdı ve en sonunda bunları birleştirmek için üçüncü bir kilise daha yaptırdı.

Copyright: Mehmet Ozcan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 9424x4712
Taken: 29/10/2008
Uploaded: 05/12/2008
Updated: 28/02/2015
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Tags: zeyrek; fatih; istanbul; eirene; christ; mosque; zeyrek camii; pantokrator mansatırı klisesi; doğu roma; fatih sultan mehmet; bizans; orta dönem bizans; tuğla yapı; byzantine; christ pantokrator; east roman
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