This is a gateway supposed to have been erected in honour of the Roman Emperor Hadrian and his triumph over, I cannot recall what. It dates back to 132AD. There are some inscriptions on the arch, right above the arch, but it is not entirely easy to make it out. I have a small view of it, but there is not much more remaining of beyond this. There are several ruins in Athens, much more impressive than this, so I would not be surprised if it it gets skipped over by tourists.
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