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23 January, 10:00

Why was Constantinople called "New Rome"?

Constantine the Great built the city to resemble Rome, the center of the Western Roman Empire.

Constantinople was geographically close to Rome, the center of the Western Roman Empire.

Constantine the Great did not recognize the existence of "Old Rome" and sought to re-invent it.

The Christian Church and "Old Rome" leaders had moved to Constantinople.

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  1. 23 January, 11:27
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    Constantine the Great built the city to resemble Rome, the center of the Western Roman Empire.
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