The oratory of the Holy Wisdom was a large cathedral in Constantinople, the capital of the Ottoman Empire. It was notably large and rose above the buildings around it. It was constructed with stone. Lyra Silvertongue once drank coffee at a café near the oratory.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Hagia Sophia

The Hagia Sophia as it stands today

  • The Oratory appears to be equivalent to the Hagia Sophia (The Church of the Holy Wisdom) in our world, which is a former Greek Orthodox Christian Patriarchal cathedral in Istanbul (formerly Constantinople) in Turkey. The Cathedral was built in 537 AD and was converted after the Islamic conquest of Constantinople in 1453. It now serves as a museum.



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