Bookworm and Assassin.
Yerebatan Sarai.
Built in the 6th century, it’s the largest of  several hundred cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul, Turkey.  Cisterns were typically used for water storage, and Yerebatan Sarayi  once provided water for the Great Palace of Constantinople.

Yerebatan Sarai.

Built in the 6th century, it’s the largest of several hundred cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul, Turkey. Cisterns were typically used for water storage, and Yerebatan Sarayi once provided water for the Great Palace of Constantinople.

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