Great Palace Ruins

Your rating: None Average: 10 (1 vote)

The Byzantine Great Palace covered an area of 100,000 sq m, ranging from the Hippodrome on the south of the Sultanahmet Mosque to the Marmara Sea. Here, small palaces such as the Boukoleon, Magnaura and Daphne were located. The Great Palace was like a small city composed of various structures, parade halls, churches, gardens and game fields.