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Milion Stone, Istanbul

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  • All roads start here as Milion Stone erected in the early 4th century is the zero mile marker to the roads leading to the various corners of the Byzantium empire. It was fun looking at the various rou...  more »
  • If you're visiting the Obelisks, Serpentine Column and Kaiser Wilhelm Fountain (as everybody is encouraged to do), kindly spare a moment to cross the street and stop by this unassuming historical ston...  more »
  • If you wouldn't know its story,you wouldn't pay too much attention to this stone.It just a big slab with nothing unusual at it...  more »