In the Empire era, horse racing was popular in society. It used to be the largest racetrack in Constantinople and the center of various social activities. In fact, it existed before the Emperor Constantine, but Constantine expanded it on a large scale. It was estimated that at that time it reached 450 &_130 meters, which could accommodate 100,000 spectators. So it was named after him. In 1453, the Ottoman Empire occupied the Constantine. Hippodrome was gradually abandoned after the lack of interest in horse racing in Tintinburg, but there are still many monuments left for today's tourists to visit.
Constantinople Racecourse is a Roman arena. It was the sports and social center of Constantinople, the capital of the Byzantine Empire. Now this is the Sultan Ahmed Square in the center of Istanbul's old city. Close to the Blue Mosque, it is a southwest-northeast oriented, narrow square.
The ancient King Constantine was here in the racetrack military. Cut and play with the splendor of Constantine the Great.