Category:Church of the Holy Apostles (Constantinople)

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<nowiki>iglesia de los Santos Apóstoles; Szent Apostolok temploma (Konstantinápoly); Apostoleion; ilesia de los Santos Apóstoles; Kılisay Havariyun; Apostelkirche; Царква Апосталаў; کلیسای حواریون مقدس; 圣使徒教堂; De Hellige Apostels Kirke; Havariyyun Kilisesi; 聖諸使徒聖堂; كنيسه الرسل المقدسه; Церква Дванадцяти апостолів; Рәсүлләр чиркәве; Preĝejo de la Sanktaj Apostoloj; Црква Свети Апостоли; chiesa dei Santi Apostoli; église des Saints-Apôtres; Apostlite kirik; אפאסטאלן-קלויסטער; Crkva Svetih apostola; Igreja dos Santos Apóstolos; Apostlakyrkan; Սուրբ Առաքյալների եկեղեցի; Церковь Апостолов; Црква Светих апостола у Цариграду; kostel svatých Apoštolů; Свети Апостоли; کلیسیائے رسل مقدس; Biserica Sfinții Apostoli; Gereja Rasul Suci; Apostelkyrkja; Church of the Holy Apostles; Müqəddəs Həvarilər kilsəsi; església dels Sants Apòstols; Kościół Świętych Apostołów; Eglwys yr Apostolion Sanctaidd; כנסיית השליחים הקדושים; Church of the Holy Apostles; كنيسة الرسل المقدسة; Ναός των Αγίων Αποστόλων; Chrám svätých Apoštolov; Constantinopla; nécropole des empereurs byzantins; ilesia n'Estambul; Constantinoble; Kirchengebäude in Konstantinopel; basílica cristã; kishë; Kirke i Istanbul; biserică ortodoxă; kyrkje og keisarmausoleum i Konstantinopel; כנסייה שעמדה בקונסטנטינופול; kerkgebouw in Turkije; Εκκλησία στην Κωνσταντινούπολη; edificio religioso di Istanbul; church and imperial mausoleum in Constantinople; كنيسة في تركيا; kostel v Istanbulu; chrześcijańska bazylika wybudowana w Konstantynopolu w 550 r.; iglesia de los Santos Apostoles; 聖使徒大聖堂 (コンスタンディヌーポリ); 聖使徒教会; Szent Apostolok-templom (Konstantinápoly); Szent apostolok-templom (Konstantinápoly); Hagioi Apostoloi; Apostoleion; Polyándreion; Mausoleum of Constantine; Mausoleum of Theodosius; Mausoleum of Justinian</nowiki>
Church of the Holy Apostles 
church and imperial mausoleum in Constantinople
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LocationIstanbul, Istanbul Province, Turkey
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Founded by
Inception
  • 6th century
End time
  • 1461
Religion or worldview
41° 01′ 11″ N, 28° 56′ 59″ E
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Wikidata Q586568
VIAF ID: 139843487
Library of Congress authority ID: no93038758
NKCR AUT ID: kn20090401029, ko20211097602
National Library of Israel ID (old): 001407684
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007467576205171
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English: The Church of the Holy Apostles, also known as the Imperial Polyandreion — a Christian basilica built in Constantinople (then the capital of the Byzantine Empire) in 550.
  • The church was built to preserve the holy relics of the twelve Apostles, however only a few relics could be obtained. The church was rebuilt during the reign of Justinian I. It was cruciform in plan with five domes. It had a projecting narthex and an atrium. Building materials left from construction of the Hagia Sophia were used.
  • All emperors who ruled since the time of Constantine I to Constantine VIII were buried there. Alexios III Angelos had the graves of the emperors looted to obtain revenues. In the Latin invasion of 1204 the tombs were once more pillaged and robbed of their relics. Portions of the church had fallen into ruins in the 14th century.
  • In 1453, after the Islamic Ottoman conquest, it was granted to the Patriarchate of Constantinople, however because of its ruinous condition it was abandoned by the Patriarch. built on the ruins of the Church of the Holy Apostles ,
  • In 1461 the ruins of the Church of the Holy Apostles was demolished by Sultan Mehmed II to make way for the new Fatih Mosque.

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