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The magnificent water of Basilicata was built during the Byzantine period and given that Istanbul was constantly under siege. This waterfall, which in the past was a necessity for water supply, has become a tourist attraction today attracting many tourists from all over the world. Abanbar Balysikka is a great place to get acquainted with the history of this historic and beautiful city.
Basilica is used in Modern English, for buildings with a central central hall and several corridors, or for churches with two columns of columns and curved ends.

Basilicate Aquarium in the southwest of the Aesofia Mosque in the Sarayburnu Historical Peninsula, was built in the 6th century during the reign of the Roman Emperor of Justinian, the largest underground water reservoir of urban water during the Byzantine period. The purpose of constructing this huge water storage warehouse was to use Arund for drinking water from Qatar from Bulgaria to the present, even during the drought. With beautiful lighting and classical music, droplets of water drip, some find this a very romantic and dreamy place while others believe this place is a little spooky! 336 pillars have been laid to keep the ceiling of this waterway, these pillars are collected from the remnants of the Roman buildings, which is why the upper part of them is different. Among these columns you can see the fish that are busy Swimming. One of these columns is the Medusa head, which is reversed as one of the pillars here. Water from the Belgrade Forest (12 km away) flows into the water reservoir through the pipes and the aqueduct.

Istanbul's Basilica Abbasar is an ancient water reservoir used to store water. This Abanbar is the largest of almost two thousand reservoirs under the Byzantine Empire, located under the city of Istanbul, or Constantinople. The reason for this naming is its row of columns. The pillars and temples of the non-Christian temples have been restored, giving a magnificent ornate look to this place. This is also called "Saray", which in Turkish means "place".
Throughout history, the city of Istanbul has been one of the most siege cities, so it needs a permanent source of freshwater. Several open and underground reservoirs were built in the Byzantine period in Istanbul, and water was flooded through these high waterways.

The Abbab Basilica was excavated in 532 by the Emperor Justinian I for the Byzantine palace and the surrounding area. In total, the collection consists of 336 columns, in 12 rows of 28, most of which are made by Corinthians and Dorians (from ancient Greek cities). Each pillar is 9 meters high and the abbot is 65 meters wide and 138 meters long. The walls are about 5 m thick, they are made of brick bricks and surrounded by a waterproof layer. It is estimated that its capacity was approximately 100,000 tons of water.

The presence of carp in this water is both ornamental and necessary to prevent contamination. Some believe that during the Byzantine era, fish were raised in the water of this reservoir.

The chambers made in this waterfall have created terraces in high places for this waterfall. Squares and parks are built on these terraces, and in the past there has been a general commercial field above this Abanbar, now occupied by Ottoman and Byzantine houses. It is said that people dug wells from their homes in order to extract water for them by accessing water reservoirs. Some people hugged them to keep their foods cool.

Some of the volcanic eruptions were not in the original map of the Istanbul cavalry. With the increasing need for water, some buildings have become octopus.

The Turks always preferred current water, so when they went through the Byzantine period and were no longer under siege, they did not use the reservoirs as planned. Most of these waterbodies later turned into small markets or shopping centers.

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Turkey - Istanbul - Hypoderm Square

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