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Alexios Apokaukos Church (Historic Church Cistern)
Istanbul

Alexios Apokaukos Kilisesine ait Tarihi Su Sarnıcı

Alexios Apokaukos Kilisesinin tam altında Bizans devrine ait büyük ölçüde bir sarnıç uzanmaktadır. Sarnıcın üzerindeki kilise daha küçük ölçülerde inşa edilmiş olup, kilisenin kuzey ve güney duvarları bu sarnıcın iki yan duvarının oluşturduğu temel üzerinde yer almaktadır. Batıdaki giriş bölümü hariç toprak altında uzanan sarnıcın boyu 45 m.’dir. Sarnıç, dikdörtgen bir plâna sahip olup, itinalı bir şekilde ve ustaca inşa edilmiştir. Sarnıçta Roma, Bizans, Osmanlı dönemine ve diğer eski devletlere ait eserler muhafaza edilmektedir.

Sanal Tur için,

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Copyright: Yildiray Saruhan
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 30/11/2011
Uploaded: 22/04/2013
Updated: 04/08/2014
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Tags: fatih; cami; fatih cami; kilise; church; cistern; alexios; apokaukos
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