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To some people, the agora looks like a big field surrounded by a stone wall. To me, it was much more interesting and I could easily imagine the place bustling with shops, buyers haggling over price and inspecting the merchandise, etc. The remians of the...More
Although it was expanded by the Romans, it was originally constructed by the Greeks in the second century BCE. It is an open field, strewn with broken columns, but it takes little imagination to picture, commerce, business, political debates, law courts, steam baths and scializing....More
There isnt much to see as it is not full restored - just blocks of ruins left on the grounds. Actually, there were people still doing some excavation and restoration of this during our visit. The baths were also part of the state agora which...More