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The Basilica Cistern is the largest of several hundred ancient water reservoirs that still lie beneath the city of Istanbul, former Constantinople. The cistern, located in the historical peninsula next to the Hagia Sophia, was built during the reign of emperor Justinian I in the 6th century. The cistern is an underground chamber of 143 x 65 metres, capable of holding 80,000 cubic metres of water. The vaulted ceiling is supported by 336 marble columns each 9 metres high. The water was provided from a forest area which lie 19 kilometres north of the city via aqueducts. After large restoration works, the cistern was opened to the public as a museum starting from 1987.
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