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The White Tower

The White Tower

The White Tower is a widely known symbol of the city and a point of reference for locals and visitors. It stands next to the sea front of the town as a reminder of old times. In the 19th century it was a prison and nowadays it’s a museum of art and history.
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Ladadika Quarter

The area from Koudouriotou to Diamanti streets and from Hiou to Lemnou streets is known as Ladadika. Here you can find many bars, restaurants and the Museum of ancient Greek and Byzantine instruments.
Aristotelous Square

Aristotelous Square

This is the most impressive square in Thessaloniki. It features buildings with great architecture inspired by European and colonial models, cafés, shops etc. This square is where big celebrations take place, such as the coming of the New Year, it is also a meeting place during the day.
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Saint Dimitrios Church

The church of the patron saint of the town is a must see in Thessaloniki. The first church of Saint Dimitrios was built in 313 AD. It was completely rebuilt in 1948, according the original plans since it has been destroyed twice by fire.
Galerius Arch (Kamara)

Galerius Arch (Kamara)

In addition to The Rotonda, this is one of the two most characteristic monuments in town. Galerius arch is situated near the eastern walls of the city, a short distance from the Kassandreotiki gate.
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The Rotonda

Unique in Greece, the Rotonda is a cylindrical building of the early 4th century AD. It used to be a Pantheon or a Mausoleum for Emperor Galerius, now it’s the Saint George church. The entrance is free and the mosaics inside are really impressive.
Mylos

Mylos

Mylos is a large entertainment complex in the warehouse district of the port where you will find bars, galleries, restaurants, cafés, theatres and plenty of varieties of live music.
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Museum of Byzantine Culture

In Thessaloniki, said to be the most "Byzantine" city of the modern Greek state, you find this unique museum. It shows the everyday life during the byzantine and post-byzantine period and how it has affected the modern society.
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