A section of the Wall of Constantinople collapses

A section of the Wall of Constantinople collapses

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A section of the famous Theodosian wall of Constantinople (current Istanbul) located on Sulukule Street, in the Topkapi neighborhood, has collapsed for "unknown reasons", according to Turkish sources.

The reports indicate that the police and firefighters attended the scene, in which, although there were no incidents in people, the area was inspected while municipal teams cleaned the area of ​​the fallen debris.

The Wall of Constantinople

The Theodosian wall It was partially restored in the 1980s with the financial support from UNESCO, being a program highly criticized for destroying historical evidence, focusing only on superficial restoration, the use of inappropriate materials and the poor quality of the work.

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