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English: The Dipylon, in Classical Athens, was the most frequented gate of the city, leading from the inner Kerameikos to the outer Kerameikos, and to the Academy.
Dipylon (it); ディピュロン (ja); Dipylon (fr); Athen Dipylon (sv); Dipylon (nl); Dipilo (ca); Athen Dipylon (ceb); Dipylon (de); Дипилон (ru); Dipylon (en); Dípilon (es); Δίπυλον (el); Дипилон (sr) archäologische Stätte in Griechenland (de); Largest gate on the ancient city wall of Athens (en); موقع أثري في كيراميكوس، اليونان (ar); porte principale de l’Athènes classique (fr); bouwwerk in Athene (nl) Dipilo (it); Thriasische Tore (de); Thriasian Gates, Dipylon Gate, Athen Dipylon (en); Θριάσιαι Πύλαι (el); Dipilon (es)
Largest gate on the ancient city wall of Athens
1564 - Keramikos archaeological area, Athens - Dypilon - Photo by Giovanni Dall'Orto, Nov 12 2009 (1).jpg
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Instance ofarchaeological site
Location Kerameikos, Athens, Achaea
37° 58′ 42.96″ N, 23° 43′ 08.4″ E
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