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Stoa of Attalos

24 Adrianou St., Athens, Greece
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These ancient ruins were restored in the early 20th century and now house a collection of ancient Greek sculpture.
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This is the most restored building in Ancient Agora, built around 150 BC, and reconstructed during the 1950’s. This building is beautifully designed and functional with its museum of Ancient Agora indoors, but also the colonnade were many statues are displayed as well as area...More

Thank digitalroc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is the reconstruction of Ancient Agora. The stoa and the temple are the most beautifull buildings to see.

Thank vtc2017
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

This is an excellently well preserved building within the Ancient Agora which allows includes the Temple of Hephaestus.

Thank Danrzr
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The two-storey building was re-contructed by the American Society of Archeology. It is interesting to visit (first floor exhibition, second floor corridor) and the stoa is particularly agreable during hot weather as the shadow is a delight. On the second floor, a mock-up explains the...More

Thank JohnPaul2010
Reviewed 28 April 2017

Built from 1952 to 1956, the Stoa of Attalos is a beautiful reconstruction of the original structure donated to Ancient Athens by King Attalos II, of Pergamon. Today it exhibits quite a few marble sculptures from Greek antiquity, in particular, the remains of the cult...More

Thank Andy B
Reviewed 25 April 2017

It certainly was not the most beautiful, let alone the most important, building in the Ancient Agora but at least the Stoa of Attalos we see today doesn't leave anything to the imagination. For the privilege of being able to see this, we have the...More

1  Thank ianwyj
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

This is the complex of Ancient Agora. There are several ruins discovered that were build over a period of time... the stoa has been restored quite elegantly. The stoa and the temple are two most best building in the complex to see. Other ruins are...More

Thank Nomads852
Reviewed 27 March 2017

The building is a massive and nice. The museum inside is fantastic, you cannot miss! We were totally amazed by the exhibited items! A must to see!

Thank OZS969
Reviewed 13 March 2017

the Stoa of Attalos is an impressive building, but it is just a look-alike modern construction. I'm not really a big friend of such fake things. however, there is a little museum inside with some nice pieces. nothing compared to the mayor museums in Athens,...More

Thank r0landbrunner
Reviewed 1 March 2017

The Stoa of Attalos is a lavishly restored classical building in the Ancient Agora and is well worth a visit. It was once Athens closest thing to an ancient shopping mall with all it columns and arcades housing shops for the wealthy to spluge in...More

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