- A lasting symbol of Ancient Greece
- Marvel at its longevity
- Imagine how different the city of Athens would have looked at the time of its construction
Constructed to celebrate the arrival of Roman Emperor Hadrian into Athens, this structure dates back to 131 AD.
This Ancient arch is made of marble and is located near the Temple of Olympian Zeus—not far from Athens’s Acropolis.
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Found in the heart of Athens, Hadrian’s Arch can be easily reached from the Acropoli station (line M2).
Leoforos Vasilissis Amalias, Athina 105 57, Greece
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