What was the first name of Istanbul?

Byzantium
Constantinople
Stambul
Troy
In 660 BC, the city was founded as the colony of Megara and named to honour its king Byzas. In 324 AD, Con­stan­tine the Great made it an eastern capital of Roman Empire. The city was then renamed Nea Roma; however, most simply called it Con­stantino­ple.

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Byzantium
Constantinople
Stambul
Troy
answers
flagSwitzerland
64%
36%
0%
0%
25
flagItaly
56%
33%
6%
2%
87
flagRussia
55%
32%
4%
7%
93
flagSpain
55%
34%
2%
6%
43
flagGermany
49%
42%
6%
1%
335
flagSweden
48%
40%
5%
5%
35
flagCanada
45%
50%
4%
0%
66
flagthe United Kingdom
44%
44%
7%
2%
580
flagPoland
42%
44%
9%
3%
19875
flagthe United States
41%
48%
6%
3%
452
flagFrance
41%
45%
3%
9%
55
flagAustralia
41%
58%
0%
0%
29
flagNorway
40%
45%
10%
5%
40
flagAustria
39%
53%
4%
2%
41
flagUkraine
35%
47%
7%
7%
42
flagDenmark
33%
58%
5%
2%
39
flagRepublic of Ireland
32%
52%
11%
1%
53
flagUnknown
29%
59%
7%
3%
760
flagthe Netherlands
29%
52%
10%
4%
67
flagIndia
19%
51%
26%
2%
41

Gender

men37%
women36%
Byzantium
37%
36%
Constantinople
52%
47%
Stambul
7%
11%
Troy
3%
3%

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