Temple of Hadrian (Hadrianus)

It was built in the name of Emperor Hadrianus between 118-138 BC by P. Quintilis in the Varius Bath complex facing Kurets street. This building, which was the gateway to the sanctuary of Hadrian’s Temple, was moved from its place to the present location in archaeological excavations. From the temple of Hadrian, one of the most beautiful buildings of Kuretler Street, only the frontal pediment remains. The frontal pediment is adorned by the relief of Tike, the goddess of luck, and the statue pedestals in front of the columns belong to the bronze statues of Diocletian, Maximian, Constantius, Chorus and Galerius.

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