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My Turkey: Meet the cat that guards the Hagia Sophia

Gli is a cross-eyed adorable cat that has been living in Hagia Sophia for the past 15 years. The Hagia Sophia is more than 2,000 years old and is one of the most extraordinary structures ever built. It has been a temple, church, mosque and museum through its long history. See the Hagia Sophia through the eyes of Gli, the cat who guides. #HagiaSophia #Ayasofya #istanbul

Prayer restrictions lifted in Hagia Sophia

Prayer restrictions lifted in Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia: Through the ages

Hagia Sophia: Through the ages

Turkey turns Hagia Sophia back into a mosque

Turkey turns Hagia Sophia back into a mosque

Istanbul hosts International Cat Beauty Contest

Istanbul hosts International Cat Beauty Contest

Russians protest detention of Governor Sergei Furgal

Russians protest detention of Governor Sergei Furgal

Protests continue in Serbia for a fourth night

Protests continue in Serbia for a fourth night

Decoded: Srebrenica Genocide

Decoded: Srebrenica Genocide

Srebrenica -​ Unwinding Memories

Srebrenica -​ Unwinding Memories

Srebrenica was rooted in anti-Muslim hate – Bosnian genocide survivor

Srebrenica was rooted in anti-Muslim hate – Bosnian genocide survivor

25 years since the Srebrenica genocide

25 years since the Srebrenica genocide

Srebrenica genocide: 25 years later, thousands still missing

Srebrenica genocide: 25 years later, thousands still missing

A travelling memorial for victims of the Srebrenica genocide

A travelling memorial for victims of the Srebrenica genocide

Venice tests a new flood barrier system

Venice tests a new flood barrier system

Hagia Sophia: Through the ages

Hagia Sophia: Through the ages

Prayer restrictions lifted in Hagia Sophia

Prayer restrictions lifted in Hagia Sophia

Free tests for New Jersey residents by Turkish American organisation

Free tests for New Jersey residents by Turkish American organisation

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