This stoa or "roofed arcade" is located on the eastern quarter of the Agora. It was reconstructed in the mid 20th century as a museum to house the finds from the Ancient Agora site. The stoa was founded by King Attalos of Pergamon who ruled around 159-138 BC. It was burnt down though by the Heruli tribe in AD 267. It was reconstructed though using the original foundations and ancient materials. I absolutely love columns and was really impressed with the architecture.
These last 3 pictures are some of the ruins from the agora.
Pretty view looking out of one of the arches.
I was already tired!!!