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Cisterna de Basílica

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The Basilica Cistern, is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul. It has built by the Romans in 3rd century for providing water to the city. Turkish name of the place "yerebatan" means "sunken" in English.
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James
James
September 9, 2015
One of the nicest things to see in the old city, but so many tourists miss it out.
Atilla
Atilla
July 26, 2015
Basilica Cistern is one of the places you will fall in love, in Istanbul. It is an underground cistern and very unique.
Tevfik
Tevfik
August 7, 2015
the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul (that is formerly Constantinople), Turkey.
Can
Can
June 11, 2015
The largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul.
Abdullah
Abdullah
September 24, 2019
This place is mysterious
Kamuran
Kamuran
November 25, 2019
Ten minutes walk from us, opposite Hagia Sofia. this well renovated Roman Cistern (water reservoir) is not only spectacular but provide a nice break from the heat of the summer.
Birkan
Birkan
November 7, 2019
In historical island, this place offers the best atmosphere among blue mosque, ayasofya and else.
Berker Rentals
Berker Rentals
November 19, 2019
it is located in the old city Sultanahmet, its a must visit where you will also see the legend Medusa. Dont forgot to visit Hagia Sofia while you are out there.
Umut Orkun
Umut Orkun
August 13, 2015
will you ready to shocked by view?
Fırat
Fırat
October 27, 2019
Historic and important place. Absolutely spectacular.

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1/3 Yerebatan Cd.
İstanbul, 34410
Alemdar
Teléfono+90 212 522 12 59
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