Ecumenical Orthodox Patriarchate
Church in Istanbul, Turkey
The Church of St. George is the principal Greek Orthodox cathedral still in use in Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey and, the capital of the Byzantine Empire until 1453. His All-Holiness Bartholomew I, elected in 1990 to be the 270th Archbishop of Constantinople - New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch, claims primacy over the 300 million Orthdox Christians of churches in North America, the United Kingdom, Australia and most of Europe.
Yavuz Sultan Selim Mahallesi, Dr. Sadık Ahmet Cd. No:44, 34083 Fatih/İstanbul, Türkiye
Bus: 33ES, 35D, 36CE, 41Y, 44B, 48E, 55T, 99, 99A, 99Y, 399B, 399C (Fener Station) Ferry: Golden Horn - Uskudar (Fener Station)
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