The Constantine District was one of the four major districts of Constantinople during the Renaissance. Home to the city's poorest, it was full of ramshackle wooden buildings with highly mismatched rooftops. Amid the housing stood potent reminders of the city's opulent past, such as the Valens Aqueduct. The majority of the Byzantine guards that patrolled the streets of Constantinople thrived in the Constantine district.
- The district seems most likely to be named after either Constantine I or Constantine XI - the first and last Byzantine Emperors, respectively.