|Yazar|| : ||Turgay Tuna|
|Yayın Tarihi|| : ||Ekim, 2000|
|Dil|| : ||Türkçe+İngilizce|
|Sayfa Sayısı|| : ||320|
|Ölçü|| : ||30 x 22 cm|
|Yayınevi|| : ||Bakırköy Belediyesi|
There is a historical saying: All Roads Lead to Rome. The township on the 7th mile of the road starting from the corner of Ayasofya going to Rome, was given the name Hebdomon. Hebdomon was founded where Yeni Mahalle is today and its periphery. Among the structures here, are the Summer Palace of Justinianus - Palace of Pleasures - (some remnants of which are under the building by the shore and architectural pieces are at the Archaeological museum); the Saint theater (the base is in the yard of the Ayasofya Museum today, the column is lost).