ISTANBUL — As worshipers knelt to face the Qiblah for noon prayers in
the Hagia Sophia of Iznik last week, a caretaker beckoned to a couple of
tourists tiptoeing around behind them.
“Look,” he whispered, pointing to a faded fresco on the wall, as the
imam intoned the prayer and the worshipers faced Mecca. “It’s Jesus,
Mary and John the Baptist.”
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