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
The War Museum is housed in one of the city’s historic buildings, at the rear of the 3rd Army Corps barracks, opposite the 424 General Army Hospital of Thessaloniki and was originally constructed in 1900-1901. The Museum has two large exhibition areas (1050 m2) on the first floor, as well as ten special display cases on the ground floor to accommodate other exhibits and relics. There is also a multiple-use, an amphitheatre, as well as a convenient reception area and an exhibition area ideal for accommodating events. The Museum offers facilities for other agencies wishing to organize temporary exhibitions, conferences, lectures and other events.
Tuesday-Friday 09:00-14:00, Saturday & Sunday 10:00-14:00. Closed on Mondays and bank holidays.
The Aristotelio University of Thessaloniki was founded in 1925, with its first faculty, Arts & Letters, housed in this building.
The neo-classical Third Corps building (1890), designed by Italian architect Vitaliano Poselli.
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.
The Church of Agios Konstantinos and Agia Eleni (Saints Constantine and Helen) opposite the Byzantine Museum.
The inscription on the house at 34 Evzonon Street tells us that it was built in 1920 for Mr K. I. Metas. It stands out among its neighbours for the superb gable, ornamental plasterwork and statue that adorns its façade.
The Museum was built in 1962 to designs by the architect Socrates Karantinos; a new wing was added to extend the building in 1980.
The Thessaloniki Olympic Museum (Sports Museum) was founded in 1998 and since 2004 it is based at the Agiou Dimitriou and 3rd Septembriou junction. The foundations for the building were laid in January 2003.