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View of the looking south west at the the northeast corner of the Granary of Hadrian at Patara. Note the finely carved stones of the exterior wall. The building originally stood to a height of two stories. A Latin inscription on the façade mentions the rule of Hadrian.
Compare the Granary of Hadrian at Andriace—only 35 mi. [56 km.] to the east.
For brief comments on Patara, its biblical significance and a map Click Here.