Binbirderek Cistern, Constantinople

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Mark Cartwright
by marcus_jb1973
published on 09 April 2013
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Part of the Binbirderek cistern or Cistern of Philoxenos under Istanbul (formerly Constantinople) first built in 330 CE to hold the city's water reserves which were fed by conduits and aqueducts.

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