Hagia Sophia 537 CE

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Syed Muhammad Khan
by R. van den Berg
published on 26 June 2020
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Reconstruction of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople at its inauguration, December 27th 537 CE. To create this model, some artistic liberty was required. However, there is some documentation on which parts of the building were added or removed over time, due to earthquake damage or its conversion into a mosque.

The model was created using Blender 2.8.

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