Hagia Sophia (disambiguation)
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Hagia Sophia in English usually refers to the Basilica of the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople (now Istanbul) built in the 6th century.
Hagia Sophia or Saint Sophia may also refer to:
- the Greek for Holy Wisdom, a concept in Christian theology
- Churches dedicated to Holy Wisdom, see List of churches dedicated to Holy Wisdom):
- Christian saints named Sophia, see Sophia (name)#Saints
- Saint Sophia of Milan, feast day 17 September
- Saint Sophia of Rome, martyr, feast day 15 May
- Saint Sophia of Sortino (Sicily), martyr, feast day 23 September<ref name=Guerin>Paul Guerin, Les petits Bollandistes vies des saints (1874),
- Saint Sofia of Suzdal (d. 1542), see Solomonia Yuryevna Saburova
- Saint Sophia of Slutsk (d. 1612), see Sophia Olelkovich Radziwill
- Santa Sofia (grape), an Italian wine grape that is also known as Fiano
- SS Sussex, a cross-English Channel passenger ferry also known as Aghia Sophia
- Ayasofya Mosque (disambiguation)
- Sophia (disambiguation)
- Sofia Church (disambiguation)
- Sancta Sophia College, University of Sydney, a residential college at the University of Sydney, Australia
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