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Notes on the Geography of Turkey (Istanbul): Secular Monuments: Photo 11

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The Cemberlitas from a distance. It's composed of 70-ton drums of porphyry mined at Jebel Dukhan, between the Nile and Hurghada on the Red Sea. From Constantine's viewpoint, of course, this wasn't imported stone: it was stone from within the Empire.

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