The Church of Sacred Peace is located in the outer courtyard of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul, Turkey. It is one of the three most important churches outside the Grand Palace in the Byzantine era (the other two are the St. Sophia Church, the Holy Wisdom Hall, and the defunct Church of the Holy Power ), it is also the largest Orthodox church in the city that has not been converted into a mosque after the Ottoman Turkish conquered Constantinople.
Take a look at the museum pass. Students who don’t have a pass shouldn’t buy a ticket. It’s really nothing but altar. History probably says that when it was first built, it was the same Christian church as Hagia Sofia. Later, when Ottoman, Sofia was changed to Masjid, but irene was left as it was and used as an arsenal.
The church is very beautiful on the top of a mountain