The Koryceum of the Hellenistic Gymnasium which dates from the 2nd century BC, Stratonicea, Eskihisar, Turkey. The complex which was remodelled during the Roman period, included a Frigidarium, Elaeothesium, Ephebeion, Koryceum and a Konisterium. The Gymnasium north side forming the narrow façade is 105 metres wide. And the total length of the building is estimated to be 267 metres. It is the largest known gymnasium from the Ancient Period.
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