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Upload date:January 26, 2014

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The Sultan Suleyman Bridge is located about thirty-six kilometers to the west of Istanbul along the main road to Edirne. Spanning 636 meters over the natural channel that connects the Buyukcekmece Lake with the Sea of Marmara to the south, the bridge was built beginning 1563 by Suleyman I (Kanuni Sultan Suleyman or Suleyman the Magnificent, 1520-1566) during his Szigetvar campaign. A stone bridge built by the Romans and restored by Mehmed II allowed passage further north prior to the construction of the current bridge by head-architect Sinan.
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