Two-tier colonnade from the Roman Period. It became known by its Spanish name "Las Incantadas" (the Enchanted) because it was located in the middle of the Rogos Jewish quarter. In Greek they were called the “Idols”. A legend has survived in local tradition that wants the colonnade associated with Alexander the Great. It was located 70 metres behind the statue of Eleftherios Venizelos on Egnatia Street.