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St. Triada Church, Istanbul

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
Visit the largest Greek Orthodox shrine in Istanbul at St. Triada Church. This 19th-century structure features neo-Baroque architecture with a neo-Gothic facade, grand dome, and bell towers. With an impressive exterior, the church also features ceiling paintings by Sakellarios Megaklis and marble artwork by Alexandros Krikelis. When you go, remember that you're visiting the first domed Christian church allowed to be built in Istanbul. Put St. Triada Church on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Istanbul vacation planner.
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  • This church is one of the 3 beautiful churches I saw in Istiklal street in Istanbul and they are easy to get there and also they are not charge you for a visit like other places in turkey... 
  • One of the most beautiful places of worship building. The surrounding area is very ugly, but very nice place to be. Istiklal street Culture Tour will be visiting historical monuments policy for beginners. Yasmin iong way too long and have many places to visit.
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  • the afternoon of May 27, 2016 İstiklal Street entrance building entered by looks amazing. There's the main gate and both sides has two high Bell Tower. The road to the main gate is adorned with two as well as roses. At the entrance, an entrée. Entering the main hall with a door on the right. In every church icons and adorned with various religious motifs with high ceilings and the cross-shaped structure. Light is beautiful. Front and back flat-shaped colored stained-glass Windows giving a separate beauty salon. An Iranian SHIA mezhebindeki Lady in my guests loved the building. Around the way they necessarily see falling in Taksim.
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