Hadrian's Library

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Start your final day in Athens at Hadrian’s Library, which was once the largest library in Athens. Its construction was led by the Roman Emperor Hadrian from around 132–134 AD. While the library did hold works of literature written on papyrus scrolls, at the time, libraries were also a place for group learning. Hadrian’s Library was therefore used by various schools and philosophers for teaching, studying and lectures. Image by Tamal Mukhopadhyay from Unsplash
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  • Areos 3, Athina 105 55, Greece
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