A rectangular building east of the Roman Agora. Its façade and three doorways have been saved.
An inscription here designates that this building was dedicated to “Divi Augusti,” that is, to the emperor Augustus who was considered a god and who also provided the funding for the Roman Agora.
Roman Agora (Archaeological Area)
10555 Athens (Greece)
Tel. +30 210 - 3224625
HOW TO GET THERE
BY ATHENS METRO: 1 (Green Line), 3 (Blue Line), Station "Monastiraki"
BY BUS: 025, 026, 027, 035, 200, 227, 500
BY FOOT: From Monastiraki Square, follow Ermou Street towards Syntagma onto Aiolou Street and you will find the archeological area of the Roman Agora.
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