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Fisherman with his Catch Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Fishermans Fishing
Greetings from Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Streetofthessaloniki Viewfromthetop
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The city Walls of Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Streetofthessaloniki
Mostly known as Kamara , the Arch of Galerius was constructed in 305 AD to celebrate and commemorate the final victory of Roman general Galerius over the Persians. This victory is the main theme of the carved scenes on this arch, which was connected with the Palace of Galerius and the Rotonda. Today, Kamara is a popular passage way and meeting point in Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Historicalplaces
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The Thessaloniki Walls ( Fortress ) are the result of a long building process and continuous maintenance, that dates back in the foundation of the city from Cassander (316 BC) till the beginning of the 20th century, and have saved the city many time from the external enemy. Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Streetofthessaloniki
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Mostly known as Kamara , the Arch of Galerius was constructed in 305 AD to celebrate and commemorate the final victory of Roman general Galerius over the Persians. This victory is the main theme of the carved scenes on this arch, which was connected with the Palace of Galerius and the Rotonda. Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Historicalplaces Beautiful Wall of Arch in the Downtown
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Kamara , the Arch of Galerius Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Historicalplaces
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The Rotonda is one of the most important Roman Monuments in Thessaloniki. At first, it worked as a Temple but it remains unknown to which god dedicated. In the 4th century AD, the Byzantine emperor Constantine I converted it into an Orthodox church and many frescoes were painted inside, some of which survive today on the walls of Rotonda. In the 14th century, the Ottomans occupied Thessaloniki and in 1590, the Rotonda was converted into a Mosque . In fact, a minaret was added to the building that has been restored and survives till today. In 1912, the Greeks deliberated Thessaloniki and Rotonda was converted into an Orthodox Church again. Presently, the Rotonda has been restored and works as a sculpture museum. Also, it frequenlty hosts various exhibitions. This is one of the oldest Orthodox churches and has been included in the UNESCO list of the World Heritage Sites. In fact, all Paleochristian and Byzantine monuments of Thessaloniki were included in this list in 1988. Source: www.greeka.com Thessaloniki Θεσσαλονίκη Solun Salonika Greece VisitGreece Instagreece Greecestagram White City Whitecity Streetofthessaloniki
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