Hadrian's Arch

Hadrian's Arch

Eighteen metres tall and sculpted from solid marble, Hadrian’s Arch (built c.131-134 AD by the Emperor Hadrian) is the monumental gateway to two eras: step back, or east, into Greek antiquity and forward, or west, towards Roman Athens.

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  • The arch is unguarded.
  • The site has soil, fine gravel and grass.