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First and foremost, the fact that Constantinople became the capital of the Roman Empire was extremely important for its further development and flourishing. Constantinople became the new capital of the so called new Rome in 330 AD.

It was not strange that Constantinople became a rich and powerful city since it was the most important center and the core of the entire Empire. Its location and geographic position made it immensely important and gave it so many chances to grow and expand further.

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