Overview Of Constantinople And Its Great Monuments (6 pics)

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Constantinople was a great city from 4th to 13th century AD.

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№1 Author: loveandhate (26 May 2017 05:32) Total user comments: 1571


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its still great
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№2 Author: someone (26 May 2017 16:05) Total user comments: 66


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Quote: loveandhate
its still great


I think so too
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№3 Author: yamaz (28 May 2017 13:11) Total user comments: 639


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Bomb it to the ground Mr. Trump.
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№4 Author: ExPrince (29 May 2017 12:41) Total user comments: 3


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The area still looks great, but it has pretty much nothing in common with these pictures nowadays.
What's shown above is a touristic part of Istanbul, Turkey now; and most of the historic buildings don't exist anymore; for example Saint Sophia (#4) has become a mosque, the hippodrome (later named Horse Square) is gone but is remembered with its name. Also new buildings and mosques are built in the area after the Constantinople era, it's worth seeing, it still is amazing.
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№5 Author: Nova-Era (20 Oct 2018 18:29) Total user comments: 23


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It was the Queen of Cities. When Kiev Russians visited it they thought that they were in heaven because such a beautiful place couldn't exist on earth. And then came the crusaders and then Memet, having credit from merchants.
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