Constantinople is the historical name of Istanbul, Turkey.
Answer . \nConstantinople was not a person. It was an Ancient Roman place that the emperor Constantine founded. The former name of the current Istanbul, Constantinople was …named after the Emperor Constantine
It is a city in Turkey (now it is called Istanbul). Constantinople was a city which the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great designated as his imperial seat and ren…amed it after himself (it means City of Constantine). It is best known as the capital of the Byzantine Empire. It was conquered by the Turks and it was reamed Istanbul.
The Fall of Constantinople occurred on May 29, 1453. The fighting lasted for three days, and resulted in Ottoman control of the Christian Orthodox city.
The Emperor Constantine the Great (also known as Constantine I).
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The Ottoman Turks
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It was a strategic move of the capital of the roman empire from rome to constinople. The high walls lasted from lots of invasions.
In Roman Empire
Constantinople got is name from the emperor Constantine who built or rebuilt the capitol on the older city of Byzantium.
Constantinople is a town in southern Chile.
In Roman Empire
Konstantinoupolis, previously known as Byzantium, is nowadays Istanbul, Turkey.
constantinople was named after constantine who was an emperor. Also constantinople was the new capital and that is why he decided to name it after himself.