The Arch of Hadrian
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There's a nice view to the Acropolis from the eastern side of the arch
Located a few hundred metres from the base of the Acropolis of Athens, the original structure is thought to have been completed around 132AD and served as a welcoming feature on the arrival of visiting Roman Emporor, Hadrian.
Commonly viewed from outside the gates and gardens, there's a great view onto the Acropolis from the western opening.
Only a few hundred metres away from the Acropolis, it is accessible on foot or via public transportation and, of course, private vehicle or taxi.
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