A collection of scattered ruins with several reconstructed buildings and benches to sit and enjoy the calm countryside setting.
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I thought this was a wonderful idea - to see a full scale recreation really brought together the magnificence that would have once been around. The light and shade in the stoa is magic. The small museum is full of interesting displays - I loved...More
Lamps and pottery on the 1st level, the 2nd level is open on one side and gives you great views. Some interesting statues on the 2nd level as well. Use the bathrooms and the water fountains because there aren’t any others around until you get...More
Athens Shopping Mall, coffee shops, boutiques, hardware, groceries, arms, liquor and wine and fine dining! This is what this area must have been like to an Athenian! The way I saw it in my minds eye at least. It definitely represented the coming together of...More
The ancient greek equivalent of the Coffee shop where people met and did business. A light, airy, two storey restored building that holds many statues and busts that is lovely to wander through and admire the layout of the ancient Agora. The price of entry...More
A wonderful opportunity to experience walking in a classical building of antiquity. Included in the entry fee to the Agora this houses the Agora Museum and contains sculptures, marbles and models of Ancient Athens and the Agora as they looked in ancient times.This is a...More
The Stoa of Attalos located within the Agora is small museum which has some relicts going back time. Worth the short visit whilst at Agora.
The restoration is impressive. The two storied stoa with covered walkway was indeed a great escape from the heat of July. This is the most complete structure in the Ancient Agora complex. We walked up straight to this stoa after a brief visit to the...More
A relaxing and historical place to reach, visit and where to enjoy some shadow after a long walk through the Acropoli's complex.
This is in the Agora complex which is part of the Combo ticket that can be used to visit the Acropolis. The Stoa has been rebuilt to look original and it is now a museum. The site is worth seeing as are the other sites...More