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View looking west along about half the length of the Stoa of Eumenes. This stoa was the largest construction on the southern slope of the acropolis being 150 yrds. [163 m.] long. It ran to the west of the Theater of Dionysus and today – but not originally – reaches the Odeion of Herodes Atticus .
The column on the right side of the image is crowned with a “Pergamene Capital."
For a general view of the area Click Here .