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        Havariler Kilisesi, Anatolia

        Buildings such as the Havariler Kilisesi, which has been both a cathedral and a mosque at different times, show the great diversity of the people who lived in the Ottoman Empire. While the empire’s rulers were Muslim, they were relatively tolerant of Jews and of the Christian populations who lived in territories such as Greece and Armenia. These subjects paid additional taxes, and contributed to the empire’s economy in many ways.

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