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A picture looking southwest at 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.