The Walls of Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey), the Splendor of Hagia Sophia, and Byzantine Emperor Justinian’s Monument

The walls of Constantinople were the more formidable engineered walls of the Roman world, incredibly important in terms of barricading the city off as Constantinople is triangular in shape with water surrounding 2 sides of it. The walls were resistant to all forms of technology until the Ottomans came forward with gunpowder in 1453. The walls of Constantinople allowed the city to resist all waves of invasion throughout the centuries, to function as a hub of the Byzantine empire, and as a shield ...

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