Thessaloniki

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The unpretentious, single-story white structure gives no hint from the outside of the treasures within. — Fodor's
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It's the city's towering emblem -- an iconic symbol printed on tourist mugs, t-shirts, and more. — Afar Magazine
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The country's finest Byzantine art—priceless icons, frescoes, sculpted reliefs, jewelry, glasswork, manuscripts, pottery, and coins—is on exhibit here. — Fodor's
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Like the majestic Ayia Sofia in Constantinople (today's Istanbul), Salonika's namesake has an impressively large -- in fact, an astonishingly large and astonishingly technical -- dome. — Frommer's
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The Arch of Galerius (AD 303) celebrates a victory over the Persians with carved, lunging soldiers. It's south of the Rotunda of Galerius on Egnatia. — Lonely Planet
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Modern Turkey’s illustrious founder, Mustafa Kemal, was born here in 1881 — Lonely Planet
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This basilica-style 5th-century Byzantine church has notable mosaics and frescoes — Lonely Planet
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Holds an astonishing treasure: well-preserved frescoes from the 14th century. — Frommer's
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Among the displays in this museum dedicated to the history of the local Jewish community are tombstones from the city's ancient necropolis. — Fodor's
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Built under the reign of Mehmed II in brick and stone and with six domes, it was the commercial hub of the Ottoman town. — Michelin Guide
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Also known as Ayios Giorgios, this brickwork edifice has become a layered monument to the city's rich history — Fodor's
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This 14th-century church, dedicated to one of the physician saints, is a popular place to light a candle and say a prayer for good health. — Frommer's
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The murder precipitated the events leading to the 1967–74 dictatorship of the colonels. A dramatic bronze head and arm, above which flutters a sculpted dove, marks the spot. — Fodor's
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This agora/forum was the heart of the ancient city, its commercial, governmental, social, and artistic center. — Frommer's
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This tiny church with its three domes looks as if it would fit nicely into a miniature village. — Frommer's
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The Vlatades Monastery, shaded with pine and cypress, is a cruciform structure that displays a mixture of architectural additions, from Byzantine times to the present — Fodor's
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The emperor Galerius built himself a palace in Thessaloniki — Frommer's
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