Grand Alexandrion
Μεγάλο Αλεξάνδρειο
Grand Alexandrion
Location Pella, Greece, Roman Empire
Built 300 BC - 286 BC
Architectural style(s) Greek architecture
Architect Aristotle
Height 60 meter
Build for/by Alexander the Great
Type of structure Mausoleum
 The Grand Alexandrion is a monument and mausoleum in Pella, Greece, Roman Empire. It was built as a mausoleum for Alexander the Great, who is entombed there. The site is one of the most visited buildings in the Roman Empire. A 10 meter high statue of Alexander stands behind his tomb.

The Statue of Alexander

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