Wednesday, September 24, 2008


It is located in Sultanahmet, Istanbul and is open everyday between 09:00-17:30.

The Cistern was built by the Byzantine Emperor Justinian in A.D 542 on the other side of the Hippodrome to mee the Great Palace's water requirements and nowadays it is a museum and an exhibition hall, as well as hosting concerts and poetry readings.

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sultanahmet said...

Good Post
Thanks for sharing.