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Français : Le Christ Pantocrator de la mosaïque de la Déisis (XIIIe s.) à Sainte-Sophie (Istanbul, Turquie)
English: The Christ Pantocrator of the Deesis mosaic (13th-century) in Hagia Sophia (Istanbul, Turkey)
Español: Mosaico con una representación de Jesús de Nazaret, existente en la antigua Iglesia de Santa Sofía (Estambul), fechada cerca de 1280
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Camera location41° 00′ 29.92″ N, 28° 58′ 47.24″ E Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMapinfo
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Mosaic with a representation of Jesus of Nazareth, existing in the old Church of Hagia Sophia (Istanbul), dated about 1280.

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8 November 2012

41°0'29.92"N, 28°58'47.24"E

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