Cisterna Basilica – Istanbul, turkey
The Cisterna Basilica, often called “sunk palace” is one of the most popular
Late antiquity cistern west of hagia Sophia in Istanbul, turkey.
Originally the cistern of Kaiser Constantine (306-337. th to chr). )
Commissioned to be commissioned.
Its size is 138 m long and 65 m wide underground cistern, however
Emperor Justinian left between 532. To Chr. And about 542. To Chr. As
Creating water reservoirs for the great palace. That was about
A Great Basilica, Mr will be the cistern also cisterna basilica ge –
It has a capacity of approx. 80 000 cubic meters of water.
12 rows of 28, total so 336 each 8 M High with over how –
Owen’s corinthian spaced wear the vault.
Part of the cistern is to see the 2 Reliefs Reverse Medusa heads.
These are flawed and originally originate from the prokon as –