Roman & Byzantine Istanbul

Yerebatan Sarnıcı (Basilica Cistern)
The Basilica Cistern traces its roots on the historical peninsula to 542 CE. Built by Emperor Justinian in order to supply the water needs of the Great Palace, it has an area of 9800 square meters. ...
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Yılanlı Sütun (Serpent Column)
The Yılanlı Sütün (English: Serpent Column), also known as the Delphic Tripod or the Plataean Tripod, is one of the oldest remnants from the Hippodrome. The pillar is decorated with three intertwining snakes which wind up the column and around each other. ...
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