Agora, Zeus Eleutherios, Agora Short Guide, Agora Guide 4

Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios on the west side of the Agora, looking southwest. The stoa was built in around 425 B.C. It had one storey, with Doric columns on the exterior and Ionic columns on the interior. The stoa also had two projecting wings, one at north and one at south. The northern wing was mostly destroyed during the construction of the modern railway.This photo shows a detail of two rooms added the back of the stoa in the Roman period. The Hephaisteion is above. View from the northeast.