The best picture for anyone who comes for the first time in Corfu is from the ship which, as if deliberately, comes in a slow pace to give you the opportunity to take a good look of the great medie
Old, beloved and unforgettable, the old waterfront is the warmest and most tender aspect of the North for the rest of Greece.
The White Tower, the symbol of Thessaloniki, and a point of reference for the inhabitants and the visitors to the city, is the remnant of
Rotunda is a pericentral construction, unique in Greece.
What to see
Founded in 1994, this important new Museum is dedicated to the conservation, research and study of features of Byzantine culture to be found in the Macedonian region as a whole and the city of Thessaloniki in particular.
George Zongolopoulos’ "Umbrellas" were set up on the new waterfront in 1997, when Thessaloniki was the Cultural Capital of Europe.
The Trigonio tower, known as the Artillery, or Chain Tower, dates from the same period as the White Tower.
The brassbound statue of Alexander the Great is considered to be the highest sculpture of Greece (height 6,15m). It was created by the sculptor Evaggelos Moustakas (1974).
At the highest point of the city, built amphitheatrically on the slope, we can see the imposing form of the Eptapyrgion (Seven Towers - Gendi Koulé). It covers the north part of the Acropolis.
The palace of Galerius Maximus in Navarinou Square was the administrative and religious centre of Roman Thessaloniki.
The square was built immediately after the fire of 1917 in the place of an older market. It was one of the important centres of the city since junk shops’ market was placed here.
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