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Houses in the city of Constantinople were made of brick, stone, and wood. Houses were three stories and one family would take up a floor.
The Mese was the main marketplace street were everyone traded, bought, sell, got a bite to eat, but mainly, the Mese was there for trade and buisness.
Some factors that helped Constantinople thrive was storage(like this picture), where they'd store water as well as many other goods. Aqueducts were also a factor as they were used to store water as well as move large amounts from place to place.
Constantinople's great 12 meter high wall definitely helped with invaders and is a reason why they stayed safe for so long. This wall was made of bricks and built in the 4th-5th century.
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