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Sitting away from the Acropolis are the ruins of the ancient Roman Agora (marketplace). Full review →
The city's commercial center from the 1st century BC to the 4th century AD, the Roman Market was a large rectangular courtyard. Full review →
Under Roman rule, the city’s civic centre was moved to this site, where you can see the foundations of several structures, including a 1st-century, 68-seat public latrine to the right of the entry. Full review →
The Roman agora of Athens, a large quadrangle where most of the city's commercial activity was conducted, was transformed into a grain market by the Turks. Full review →