8) Valens Aqueduct
The Valens Aqueduct is called Bozdoğan Kemeri, in the Turkish language, which means "Aqueduct of the grey falcon". This is a Roman aqueduct which provided most of the water of the capital of the Eastern Roman empire, Constantinople, and now Istanbul. The aqueduct was completed by Roman Emperor Valens in the fourth century AD and it was restored several times by Ottoman Sultans.
The aqueduct is located in the district of Fatih, and is present between the hills that are occupied by...
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