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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
These walls can be a bit dangerous especially for a woman traveling alone. I think traveling in Istanbul is generally safe but certain activities can be risky if one does not know a city well. Along some older areas of the walls you can see...More
Without a guide to explain the significance of various segments, they just look like any crumbling wall. But they fortified Constantinople for centuries and it makes the conquest by Fatih Mehmet seen more spectacular
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