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Hagia Sophia

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Enez, which was named Ainos in ancient times, was founded on a limestone peninsula at an altitude of 25 m from the sea, in the area where the Meriç River meets the sea on the northern coast of the Aegean Sea. Ainos was of great importance among the cities of the region, as it had sheltered harbors on the North Aegean coast in ancient times.

Hagia Sophia Church, which has an important place among Byzantine religious structures, is located at the highest point at the southeastern end of the castle. The Greek Cross planned building measures 21x38 m and is among the largest churches of its period. Hagia Sophia Church was converted into a mosque in 1456 after the conquest, destroyed in the earthquake in 1965 and abandoned after that date.

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Discover Enez Ayasofya Camii

From the moment we open to the moment we close, there’s always something happening at Enez Ayasofya Camii. Whether you take one of our guided tours or just wander about and explore on your own, we guarantee you’ll have the time of your life.

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Learn more about Enez Ayasofya Camii with our Highlights, which are available for all of our visitors to enjoy. With a variety of options to choose from, we’d be happy to help you make the best selection for you and your group.

Guided Tours

To make sure you make the most out of your visit to Enez Ayasofya Camii, we offer some engaging ways to experience this San Francisco icon. Our Guided Tours are a great place to start, with something for everyone to enjoy.

Educational Activities

No matter how long you spend at Enez Ayasofya Camii, there’s always so much to see and do. Educational Activities make exploring the Heritage Site both interesting and exciting. Feel free to ask a staff member for more information.

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Ayasofya Sokak, Enez Edirne, Turkey

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