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L'empereur Constantin 1er présentant un modèle de la ville à Marie.
Détail de la mosaïque de l'entrée sud-ouest de de l'ancienne basilique Sainte-Sophie de Constantinople (Istanbul, Turquie).
Emperor Constantine I, presenting a model of the city to Virgin Pary.
Detail of the southwestern entrance mosaic in Hagia Sophia (Istanbul, Turkey).
Date 2013-01-13 12:45 (UTC)
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41° 0′ 28.94″ N, 28° 58′ 45.41″ E

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