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Constantine Column

A cache by haoral Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/17/2013
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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The Column of Constantine (or Burnt Column; Turkish: Çemberlitaş Sütunu) is a Roman monumental column constructed on the orders of the Roman emperor Constantine the Great in 330 AD. It commemorates the declaration of Byzantium as the new capital city of the Roman Empire. In Constantine's day the column was at the center of the Forum of Constantine.

Çemberlitaş sütunu, MS 330 yıllarında İmparator I. Konstantin onuruna, İstanbul'un yedi tepesinden biri olan ve şu anki adıyla Çemberlitaş olarak adlandırılan semtteki tepeye dikilmiş olan sütundur.
Bizans imparatoru Kostantin Roma'daki Apollon tapınağından söktürterek uzunluğu 57 m olan bu sütunu getirterek eskiden Forum Kostantin adı verilen bir meydan olan günümüzdeki yerine diktirmiştir.

The cache is a Micro, on the wall of the Atik Ali Paşa mosque by the column. Be aware of Muggles.
VERY IMPORTANT! I ask you to pay extra attention to this part. Please don't post any images that might reveal too much info via pictures, logs or by any other means. If you have any comments on this you are welcome to message me. Even if the cache is lost, the players are expected not to renew the cache without getting approval from the cache owner! BYOP: Bring your own pen. No photo logs.

Cache bir Mikro'dur ve Atik Ali Paşa camiinin duvarındadır. Muggle'lara dikkat!












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