1) Boukoleon Palace
The Boukoleon Palace, also known as the Bucoleon was originally one of the Byzantine Palaces of Constantinople. The palace was most probably built by Theodosius II in the fifth century, but scholars still dispute its exact date of construction.
Lying on the shore of the Marmara Sea in Istanbul, the Palace was originally called Hormisdas. Justinian I named the Palace Bucoleon after the end of the 6th century. The name Bucoleon represents a Bull and a Lion, whose statues stood at the port in...
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