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Posted on Tuesday, June 14 2011



Comnenus Mosaics


Categories: [Architecture]  [Europe]  [Turkey]  
Before becoming a Muslim city when it felt to the Ottoman Empire, Istanbul, then known as Constantinople, was the heart of the Eastern Christian world.
The Comnenus Mosaics, created during the 12th century, is a prime example of the Byzantine artwork.

Date: Sunday, June 20 2010
Camera: NIKON D300
Focal length: 65 mm
Aperture: f/5.3
Exposure Time: 1/25 sec
Flash: Not Fired

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