Photographer's Note

Another photo from my archives from 1998.
The Aqueduct of Valens stands out above the busy road below it. It was a Roman aqueduct built in the late 4th century AD, to bring water to Constantinople – the capital of the eastern Roman empire. When first built the system was over 260 km long but the next century it was extended to be over 700 km long - an amazing feat.
In the WS are 2 photos of the old city walls which are a bit to the west of where this photo was taken.

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