There is nothing to do there. While in the car, you can see part of the ancient wall and a canal or aqueduct nearby. It's good to take some photos only.
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This is a decent nicely preserved aqueduct. While there is not much to do near the attraction, it does provide numerous photo-ops.
The remaining part of the main aqueduct of Byzantine times. You can see it best, while you travel around the city by taxi.
İstanbul'un en eski su kemeri olan Bozdoğan Kemeri 19. yüzyıl sonlarına kadar kente su taşımayı sürdürmüştür. / Valens Aqueduct, which is the oldest aqueduct in Istanbul, continued to supply water for the city until the end of the 19th century.
We had been walking around Istanbul for a few days and had not been to this section. We noticed it highlighted on a map so we thought we would go for a walk as my husband wanted see it as we don't have these in...More
Some 1600 yeras ago this was a Roman aqueduct, a masterpiece of the Roman engineering. Originally it was 250 km long to carry water. Today this is only a part on two leveles remained, but it is stil very impressive.
This stones and brick Valens Aqeduct (Bozdogan Kemeri) was built over 1,648 years ago by the Roman emperor Valens in 368AD. It was completed 169 years before the iconic Hagia Sophia (537AD) by Justinian I. The aqueduct supplied water to the city of Constantinople (present...More
Out of the way but easy to find is this 4th century marvel of Roman engineering. It is located close to a quaint little food market and a pleasant park. Although we were told we could walk on top of the 30 m high structure,...More
How this Roman Aqueduct has stood for 1600 yrs defies logic. It is not in the main tourist area but if you have time just carry on walking from the Grand Bazaar for only 10 minutes.