Roman Agora of Athens

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The Roman Agora was built in the end of the 1st century BC with a donation by Julius Caesar and Augustus. The unified rectangular complex, which consisted of stoas and stores, quickly gathered the commercial activity of the city from the Ancient Agora. Next to the Roman Agora survive the ruins of the Library, the most brilliant building constructed in Athens by the Roman emperor Hadrian in the 2nd century.
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