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Efes – Hadrian’s gate
Efes – Hadrian’s gate
Hadrian’s Gate, located at the junction of the Curetes Street and the Marble Street.
Curetes Street (known as the Embolos in Late Antiquity) is the diagonal street in Ephesus that runs from the State Agora to the Library of Celsus. Once lined with shops, workshops and inns, Curetes Street was both a main city street and an important processional route in the cult of Artemis.
(Location: Efes)
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