THREE OF YOU wrote that this is the dome of the Hagia Sofia (“Holy Wisdom”) in Istanbul. You’re right. It was built in 537 AD as a Greek Orthodox basilica. From 1453 until 1931, it was an Ottoman mosque. In 1935, it was opened as a museum. It’s considered the epitome of Byzantine architecture and is said to have “changed the history of architecture.”
This week…another typographic test. What typeface is this? You’ve seen it…often. Whaddaya say?
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