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Constantinople
used in A Room With A View

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the city of Byzantium was renamed to Constantinople which was renamed to Istanbul, Turkey; Constantine made it the capital of the Byzantium Empire (also known as the eastern Roman Empire) in the fourth century
  • Isn't it romance? most certainly they will go to Constantinople.
    Chapter 18 (14% in)
  • And the letter went on to say: "I do not expect we shall go any further than Athens, but if you knew of a really comfortable pension at Constantinople, we should be so grateful."
    Chapter 18 (7% in)
  • 'A really comfortable pension at Constantinople!'
    Chapter 18 (16% in)
  • " "Oh, not Italy, but Constantinople.
    Chapter 18 (45% in)
  • I have always longed to go to Constantinople.
    Chapter 18 (45% in)
  • Constantinople is practically Asia, isn't it?"
    Chapter 18 (45% in)
  • Mr. Beebe reminded her that Constantinople was still unlikely, and that the Miss Alans only aimed at Athens, "with Delphi, perhaps, if the roads are safe."
    Chapter 18 (45% in)
  • I didn't realize at the time—and of course I want to see Constantinople so particularly."
    Chapter 18 (48% in)
  • Yes, of course; to go to Constantinople until they are used to the idea and everything has calmed down.
    Chapter 18 (50% in)
  • Trembling, anxious, cumbered with much digestive bread, they did proceed to Constantinople, they did go round the world.
    Chapter 20 (6% in)

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