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Closeup Of The Serpent Column In Istanbul

Closeup Of The Serpent Column In Istanbul

Constantine the Great relocated the Serpent Column, originally situated in the Greek Temple of Apollo at Delphi, to the Hippodrome in Constantinople. The Serpent Column, also known as the Delphi Tripod, is an ancient Greek monument that was originally located in the Temple of Apollo at Delphi. It consists of three intertwined snakes, their heads forming the support. The Serpent Column is a bronze monument that stands prominently in Istanbul, Turkey. It is situated in the Hippodrome, an ancient chariot racing track that now serves as a public square. The snakes of the Serpent Column, crafted in bronze, are intricately coiled around each other, forming a central column.

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Closeup Of The Serpent Column In Istanbul
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