Located in the center of the old city, it was a stadium built after the Roman Empire moved its capital to Constantinople. Today, only a few monuments remain, including three weather-beaten monuments, like an open-air museum. But there are many places in the city that must be visited. It is very busy here. The local people who participate in activities every night during Ramadan Festival surround it with water.
The hotel is just behind the Blue Mosque, walking along some beautiful wooden huts and walking to Ahmet Square in Sudan. The first thing I saw was the obelisk, which aroused my memory of Egypt. I checked the information and it was transported from the temple of Kelnak in Egypt. The square is rectangular. It used to be the chariot arena. This is the site of the Roman arena. Istanbul deserves to be a landmark of continental boundaries, a historical landmark, and a collection of ancient civilizations. In addition, there is also an interesting obelisk, which is piled up with gravel and is a variant.
This square is the old racetrack in Constantinople. Now it is called Sultan Ahmet Square. It has three different eras of obelisks. The oldest one is the Egyptian obelisk. People who like history must visit it. But this is the only way to the old palace and the blue mosque, so you can see it without regret.
Sultan Ahmet Square, just a wall away from the Blue Mosque, used to be a racetrack built after the Roman Empire moved its capital to Constantinople for chariot racing and other entertainment. It has always been the center of social activities in the city. Now it's a real open-air museum, or it's worth it!