Roman Agora in Athens, Greece
The Roman Agora is near the Acropolis, and it is not by chance as in other Greek cities in the capital market the area made near the main center of the worship of pagan gods. This huge building includes a spacious inner rectangular courtyard surrounded by warehouses and shops. The building dates from the second half of the first century BC and was built on the donations of Julius Caesar Augustus. Today, tourists can watch here the inner courtyard of the Ionic. The boundary of the complex are the shopping Monastiraki district in Athens.