Istanbul formerly as Constantinople

Istanbul formerly as Constantinople


  • principal seaport of Turkey. It was the capital of both the Byzantine Empire and the Ottoman Empire.


  • The Emperor Constantine made the city the capital of the Eastern Roman Empire in 330, and it was re-named as Constantinople in honor of him, When the long-lasting Ottoman Empire finally collapsed in 1923, the new Republic of Turkey officially changed Constantinople’s name to Istanbul.


In 1453, Constantinople was captured by Ottoman Turks, who were on rise.

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