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Best things to do in Thessaloniki

Historische Stätte
“Tolle Aussicht auf Thessaloniki. Interessantes Museum in den Räumen des Lefkos Pirgos!”
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History Museum
“For many the most important of the city’s museums, as Thessaloniki is arguably the city that has the most intense Byzantine character and beauty.The museum is housed in modern facilities that include advanced, well-organized conservation laboratories and storerooms. Hundreds of unique exhibits and artifacts throughout the entire Byzantine period are displayed in several different rooms. ”
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History Museum
“The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki is one of the largest museums in Greece and the central museum of northern Greece. All visitors are welcome to experience its unique collections of ancient artefacts as well as its rich and extrovert cultural activities”
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“Nowadays, despite the financial crisis, Ladadika still feature one of the most frequently visited places of the city both by locals and by visitors. Espresso bars, coffee shops, tavernas, beer stores and so on can be found here. The colors, sounds and smells of Ladadika will give you a fair taste of Thessalonian entertainment. ”
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“Aristotelous Square (Greek: Πλατεία Αριστοτέλους) is the main city square of Thessaloniki, Greece and is located on Nikis avenue (on the city's waterfront), in the city center. It was designed by French architect Ernest Hébrard in 1918, but most of the square was built in the 1950s. Many buildings surrounding the central square have since been renovated and its northern parts were largely restored in the 2000s”
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“The Arch of Galerius or Kamara is an early 4th-century AD monument in the city of Thessaloniki.The Arch of Galerius stands on what is now the intersection of Egnatia & Dimitriou Gounari streets. The arch was built in 298 to 299 AD and dedicated in 303 AD to celebrate the victory of the tetrarch Galerius over the Sassanid Persians at the Battle of Satala”
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“The biggest shopping street in the north half of greece, with brands from around the world!”
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History Museum
“Römisches Gut Erhaltenes Antikes Gebäude Der im Jahr 306 nach Christus als Kultbau der Kabiren oder des Zeus[2] oder als Mausoleum für den Tetrarchen Galerius errichtete Rundbau (Rotunde), dessen Innenwände ursprünglich mit einer Scheinarchitektur aus Marmor verblendet waren[3], besitzt eine 29,80 Meter hohe, von einem Okulus unterbrochene flache Kuppel aus Ziegelmauerwerk mit einem Innendurchmesser von 24,50 Meter, bei der es sich zur Zeit der Erbauung um die weltgrößte Ziegelkuppel handelte”
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“All time classic Good for all day with the best view in town At Thessaloniki's port”
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Bridal Shop
“Agios Dimitrios is arguably considered the most important church of Thessaloniki by the majority of the locals for religious, historical and artistic reasons as well.Devoted to the patron Saint of the city, it has a long and rich history that pretty much depicts some of the city’s most important events of that shaped its identity. ”
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“Greek cuisine and delicatessen in one big place. Interesting experience! www.ergonfoods.com”
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“Here you can enjoy your shopping in a facility that contains a lot of famous brands in discount prices”
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Historische Stätte
“Post-lunch: Historic Highlights Walk from Ladidika through seafront Eleftherias Square – Thessaloniki’s prettier answer to Syntagma Square, up Eleftheriou Venizelou Street to the city’s most famous and holiest cathedral Saint Demetrius (Thessaloniki’s patron saint). His bones are entombed for viewing in galleries under the church. From there, you can access a number of Thessaloniki’s other major historic sights on foot: the Ancient Roman agora; Turkish hamman; and the Palace of Roman Emperor Galerius (250-311AD), one of the most important monuments of late antiquity.”
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“The heart of the city's nightlife! This area is immensely popular among younger people and is always full of life, try to discover this beautiful area, is full of bars and places to eat, so its really worth it!”
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“On the north of Thessaloniki lies the Upper or Old Town, the only part of the city that survived the big fire of 1917. The Upper Town will make you feel as if time stood still; you’ll immediately be stricken by its unique style, so different from that of the rest of Thessaloniki that will travel you back to the city’s Byzantine past. ”
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“Thessaloniki Concert Hall (Greek: Μέγαρο Μουσικής Θεσσαλονίκης) is a centre for the performing arts in Thessaloniki, Greece. It opened in 2000 on land donated by the Greek state. The complex has two main buildings: M1, with an auditorium that seats 1400; and M2, in more contemporary style by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, with a number of smaller performance spaces”
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