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  • Places of Worship
    • The Westminster Abby is England This is the place where the queen got married. It is also where all other famous people get married and also get buried.
    Westminster Abby
  • Westminster Abby
    • The life of Westminster Abbey revolves around the daily pattern of worship; Morning Prayer, Evensong, and the Eucharist. In addition, the Abbey hosts a number of services throughout the year to mark anniversaries and special occasions in the life of the nation.
  • History Founded over 1000 years ago, this magnificent Gothic building has been the site of every coronation since 1066 and is also the final resting place of many Kings. The funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, was held here. On Sundays and other days when there is a religious service we visit the Cloisters and Chapter House.
  • The Basilica
    • The Basilica was built in 1094.
    • The building includes lower towers which were believed to be part of the original style.
  • The Kaaba: Black stone
    • At the Kaaba there is something called the black stone.
    • People have been seen kissing and touching the stone.
  • The kaaba
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  • Hagia Sophia Hagia Sophia is a former patriarchal basilica. Patriarchy describes the society on a family unit basis. In which fathers have primary responsibility for the well fare of these units. Basilica means roman public building. After being that it was a mosque and now a museum in Istanbul, turkey. Until the completion of the medieval Seville Cathedral in 1520, it was the largest cathedral in the world. Hagia Sophia was designed by two architects Isidore of Miletus and Anthemius of Tralles.
  • Hagia Sophia
    • Hagia Sophia
    • Was made of stone and marble.
  • Hagia Sophia Two fires destroyed Hagia Sophia one in 404 which destroyed the roof whilst the other in 1414 destroyed most of the building. In 1415 the church was rebuilt and dedicated by Theodosuis II. However in the Nika riot of 532 the church was destroyed again.
  • Hagia Sophia
    • The tiles of the Hagia Sophia were unique and amazing.
  • Hagia Sophia This is the newest model of the Hagia Sophia after it had been burnt down.
  • Thank You For Watching our Powerpoint By: Georgie Dignan