Aqueduct (Kovuk Kemer): this aqueduct was
built atop an old Roman aqueduct (1554-1562). It
is 35 m high and
408 m long. Kovuk means hollow, Kirik means broken; it changes course (90 degrees) at the entrance.
one of the many aqueducts built by Mimar
Sinan (1554-1562). This is one of the 4 built in de Alibey river valley. It
has been renovated in 1564, after being damaged during
a flood in 1563.
36 m high and 258 m long. This aqueduct has two levels.
Aqueduct, also known as Bozdogan Kemeri:
they commenced building it under the reign of emperor Constantijn but
finished it in 378. It was used as provider for water, from the surrounding
hills, for the byzantium palaces and lateron the Topkapi Palace. The water first
arrived in a cistern,
the Nymphaeum Maximum.
At first it was approx. 1 km long from the Fatih Mosque to the university,
now known as Beyazit University.
there are left some 900 m. The last big restoration
took place in 1697 (by Sultan Mustafa II).
Mimar Sinan (1554-1562)
built it during the Kanuni Sultan Suleyman period. This aqueduct is located
1500 m northwest of Kemerburgaz. It is 25 m high and 711 m long. It
consist of two levels. >>>>
one of the 4 aqueducts built by Mimar Sinan in the Alibey river
Bahceköy Aqueduct, also known as
the Sultan Mahmut Aqueduct: located 1 km of Bahcekoy to Buyukdere, built
in 1731 during the reign of Mahmut I.
also known as the Cebeci
Koy Aqueduct, built by Mimar Sinan during the Kanuni Sultan Suleyman
period. Located 1500 m east of Cebeci, south of Kemerburgaz.