Ancient Agora in Athens



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Ancient Agora in Athens

Located at the foot of the Acropolis, there is the archaeological site of the ancient Agora, which was the center of public life in Athens. In addition to being the commercial center of the city, it was also the most important political and religious center. There were administrative buildings, temples, public offices and courts. Here the Greeks focused not only on buying and selling goods, but also on keeping informed, carrying out criticism of the government or just talking. The conserved monuments refer to different historical periods, from classical up to the eleventh century AD.

Ancient Agora

Among the largest monument is the Theseion, the Temple of Hephaestus with friezes depicting its businesses and struggles of Heracles. It is located at the western aspect of the Agorà and is the best preserved temple of antiquity. It was built in 460-415 BC and hosted statues of Athena and Hephaestus, to whom it was dedicated.

Tempio Efeso

You will also admire the Stoà of Attalus, the old commercial center of Athens, the Stoà Poikile, where Zeno taught stoic philosophy and the monument for the eponymous heroes.  

Agorà antica



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