A few days ago I posted some photographs of the 1950 excavations of the Hippodrome in Istanbul here.
Today I came across Eileen Stephenson’s Beginner’s Guide to the Hippdrome post, which includes photographs of various bits of the Hippodrome that I had not noticed on my own visit. These include the seating that was excavated.
Towards the end of our stay we visited the Turkish & Islamic Arts Museum, which was built across the square from the Blue Mosque and over some of the stands of the Hippodrome. In the lowest level of this museum you can find these remnants of the Hippodrome. … Then another passageway with the remains of the stands.
Clearly well worth visiting!