Hadrianopolis (Latin) or Hadrianoupolis (Greek: Ἁδριανούπολις), sometimes written Adrianopolis, was the name of numerous cities in the Ancient world, named after the Roman Emperor Hadrian. The Latin names, though generally superseded, are still used to name their (archi)episcopal titular sees (actual or titular).
- in Europe
- Hadrianopolis (in Hæmimonto), capital of Turkish Thrace, known in English as "Adrianople", now Edirne, Turkey
- Hadrianopolis in Cilicia, now Mersin, Turkey
- Hadrianopolis in Epiro, now Dropull, Albania; now a Latin Catholic titular see
- Hadrianopolis in Pontus, better known as Neocaesarea, now Niksar, Turkey
- Hadrianopolis, Athens, a quarter of the Greek capital, since the Roman period, found on the Arch of Hadrian (Athens)
- in Asia
- Hadrianopolis in Honoriade, also Constanti(n)a, now Viranşehir in southeastern Anatolia (modern Turkey); now a Latin Catholic titular see
- Hadrianopolis in Paphlagonia, north-western Anatolia (modern Turkey)
- Hadrianopolis in Pisidia, modern Sarïkaraagac, in southern Anatolia (modern Turkey); now a Latin Catholic titular see
- in Africa
- Hadrianopolis, also called Hadriane, now Deriana, Libya
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