Thessaloniki

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A superb collection of artifacts. — Frommer's
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What Big Ben is to London, and the Eiffel Tower is to Paris, the 16th-century White Tower is to Thessaloniki. — Frommer's
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With modern museography, the Museum of Byzantine Culture presents a remarkable collection on Byzantine culture in Macedonia from the early Christian period to the post-Byzantine era. — Michelin Guide
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The Church of Agia Sofia (St Sophie), dating from the 8C, is remarkable for its huge size and unusual design; the layout of a three-nave basilica is combined with the Greek cross layout and a dome. — Michelin Guide
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I manage to get lost almost every time I come here, but eventually find my way to this charming 5th- or 6th-century church, with its comfortable, shaded courtyard. — Frommer's
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This arch was actually part of a larger, long structure that lead to an ancient church known as the Rotunda of Galerius. — Afar Magazine
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Modern Turkey’s illustrious founder, Mustafa Kemal, was born here in 1881 — Lonely Planet
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An early example of the basilica form, the church has marvelous arcades, monolithic columns topped by elaborate capitals, and exquisite period mosaics of birds and flowers. — Fodor's
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The Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art aims to present temporary exhibitions of works by foreign artists from different periods, and also to give exposure to young contemporary Greek artists — Michelin Guide
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Gas an intriguing mix of Byzantine architectural styles and perhaps the most beautiful midnight Easter service in the city. — Fodor's
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Magnificent and covered in mosaics, this five-aisle basilica is Greece's largest church and a powerful tribute to the patron saint of Thessaloniki. — Fodor'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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Some say that Galerius built this massive brick-and-stone structure as his immodest mausoleum, while others think he intended it to be a temple, perhaps of Zeus — Frommer's
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A prime example of 14th-century Macedonian religious architecture, Ayios Panteleimon is an eye-catching church that draws you in to take a closer look. — Fodor'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 inner courtyard is a cool spot to rest for a moment. Cool, but not quiet: the resident peacocks are usually in good voice. — Frommer's
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Overhauled in 1922 by the Sephardic architect Eli Modiano, this old landmark is basically a rectangular building with a glass roof and pediment facade — Fodor's
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