Hadrianopolis

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Hadrianopolis or Adrianopolis (Greek: Ἁδριανούπολις Hadrianoupolis) may refer to several cities named after Hadrian:

Europe[edit]

  • Hadrianopolis, a former quarter of Athens, Greece; see Arch of Hadrian (Athens)
  • Hadrianopolis in Epirus, a former name of Dropull, Albania
  • Hadrianopolis in Haemimontus, a former name of Edirne, Turkey

Asia[edit]

  • Hadrianopolis in Caria or Stratonicea (Caria), a former name of Eskihisar, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Cilicia, a former name of Mersin, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Lydia or Stratonicea (Lydia), a former name of Siledik, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Paphlagonia, a former name of Eskipazar, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Pisidia, a former name of Şarkikaraağaç, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Phrygia, a former name of Sivaslı, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Pontus, a former name of Amasya, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Pontus, a former name of Niksar, Turkey
  • Hadrianopolis in Syria, a former name of Palmyra, Syria

Africa[edit]

  • Hadrianopolis in Africa, a former name of Carthage, Tunisia
  • Hadrianopolis in Cyrenaica, a former name of Deriana, Libya