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These stone walls were built by Constantine the Great to protect Constantinople, what is now known as Istanbul, from attack by land and sea. The walls largely remained intact until sections began to be dismantled in the 19th century, as the city...more
Nice complex of walls at aprox 30min by bus from the city center. You find de Istanbul 360 museum and a kids park in front. This walls are surrounded by parks in a nice perimeter for a walk and for running. You can see towers...More
There are many places around the outskirts of modern Istanbul were you are able to see the remains of the city wall of Constantinople. We travelled along Kennedy causeway from Atakoy by the local bus BN1 and got off at Uluslararasi Baris Park. This is...More
It's too bad that in our half-day tour package we just passed these walls while we could spend a full hour in the Olivium Outlet Mall right after! I wish they would allow us to have like 15-min drop by just to take some pictures....More
Theodosian Walls are one of the greatest achievements of Late Roman Era, right alongside with Hagia Sophia. These astonishing fortifications protected Constantinople from hundreds of thousands invading enemies. It was literally impossible to capture the city at that time. Only when canons came along, and...More
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In May 2017 we went to Istanbul and on the Sunday it had been raining, but stopped in the afternoon so we brought a ticket and took the...More
Istambul is a wide city with many faces. So if you wanted to experience a wounderful time walking this is your best chance. Starting from Istikal street , crossing the Bosphoro and along the beautiful views of this river you could get to Kariye museum...More