About Arch of Hadrian – Athens
The Arch of Hadrian of Athens is a triumphal gateway built in the second century AD (circa 132 AD). This is definitely not the most impressive of ancient gateways, its Pentelic marble now damaged by years of exposure to pollution.
Athens National Archaeological Museum is one of the most prominent of its kind in the world and has over 20,000 pieces.
The Theatre of Herodes Atticus is a Roman amphitheatre built in Athens in 161AD.
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