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March 23, 2020
great bar restaurant in front of the sea, and a great view of the city! don' t forget to visit! a little bit expensive
February 14, 2020
Perfect view of the beach, big and stunning restaurant. Little bit pricey but I guess the view is worth it.
September 5, 2019
Coffee,drinking or eat in this Bar-Restaurant.
July 27, 2019
You can enjoy your drink or lunch here right next to the seafront in a nice environment with all the old seaside in front of you. Tip: They offer free parking in their establishment! You should expect to pay around 5 € for coffee, 5-10 for drink and 20 for lunch, approximately.
July 10, 2019
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Sitio histórico
“Thessaloniki’s symbol, the White Tower is a 15th century fortification which was part of the city’s defenses. The White Tower is the point where the seaward defense and the eastern wall met. For years it served as a prison for condemned prisoners awaiting execution. In early 1980s it was reconstructed and since 1985 is operating as a museum. Today the White Tower is used as a place of exhibition of the Byzantine Museum of Thessaloniki. For the first months of 2002 it housed ‘Byzantine Hours’, an exhibition devoted to ordinary life in Byzantine times. The first floor was presenting the “Professionals in the market place “ which actually is a presentation of tools and other objects belonging to goldsmiths, blade-smiths, glassmakers and tillers together with coins and a miniature model of Thessaloniki’s market place. The second floor was devoted to journeys and trade. Objects and texts related to journeys by sea and overland, fairs, spectacles and pilgrimages. The third floor is a presentation of the Byzantine home and its interior design, the decoration, supper, and the neighborhood. At the floor above there was an exhibition of life at home with garments and footwear, cosmetics, perfume and jewellery, personal grooming, and even superstitions. The theme of the top floor was covering burial and funerary customs.”
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History Museum
“The Museum of Byzantine Culture opened its doors for public in the year of 1994. The idea for the foundation of a Byzantine Museum was to create the home of the Byzantine culture in the area of Macedonia and in particular to Thessaloniki, keeping the culture alive while offering the possibility to students and the society to research and study on the topic. In the museum there are sculptures, frescoes, mosaics, icons, metalwork, coins, wall paintings glassware, pottery and inscriptions from the Byzantine times. It has permanent exhibitions, rooms for temporary thematic exhibitions, conservation workshops, and storage rooms. Today, three permanent exhibitions are open, presenting the society and the art of the Early Christian period (4th–7th centuries AD) emphasizing on the transition from the ancient world to Christianity. The topic of the first exhibition is “Early Christian Churches” and the design and decoration of Christian churches in the first centuries. The second exhibition is Early Christian Cities and Houses presenting the economic life, domestic handicrafts, as well as details of food and clothing. The centre of the room is dominated by the reception room of a house with a mosaic floor and very well preserved wall paintings. The third exhibition is called “From the Elysian Fields to the Christian Paradise, and it focuses on Early Christian cemeteries. The fourth exhibition is called “‘From the Iconomachy to the Brilliance of the Macedonians and the Komninos’ Dynasty. It presents the Iconomachy, architecture, painting, sculpture, ceramics, lead seals and coins in mid-Byzantine churches, monasteries and the Christianize of the Slavs by the Thessalonians brothers, the monks Cyrillus and Methodius. Future exhibitions will present the dynasties of the Byzantine emperors in chronological order from Heraclios (610-641) to the fall of Constantinople in 1453. In the ‘Byzantine Castle’ exhibits and information are used to show how the castle was organized and describe a picture of everyday life and production within and outside its walls. (Closest Bus Stop Archaeological Museum, distance 100meters)”
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“(Agioli) Nice restaurant with fantastic view on the sea. Go up to the balcony”
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History Museum
“The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki opened its doors to the public in 1962 by hosting findings from the area of Thessaloniki and the neighboring counties. The museum presents exhibits of the culture of Macedonia from prehistoric times and thereafter. The museum redesigned the interior area for a better and much more modern presentation of the permanent and temporary collections. Visitors have the opportunity to walk around the five sections of the new structure of the museum, through which they come into contact with the culture and people of ancient Macedonia. The five sections of the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki: Section A: Prehistoric Macedonia. Presentation of parts of the skull cast of an early hominid the “Macedonian Ape” and presentation of a copy of the famous skull of Petralona Cave(200,000 BC) Section-B: To the birth of cities. Presentation of evidence for the existence of settlements and cemeteries from the region extending between Athos and Olympus mountains, during the Iron Age (1100 – 700 BC). Section C: Macedonia from the 7th century BC to late Antiquity. Presentation of the life of the Macedonians from the creation of their independent kingdom of Macedonia (the ancient years) until the imperial period (1st to 4th century AD) when Macedonia was a province of the Roman Empire. Section D: Thessaloniki, the Macedonian Metropolis Presentation of historical and archaeological information of the city. The period from the year of its foundation, in 315 BC until the Roman occupation. Section E: The Gold of the Macedonians. Presentation of the art of the goldsmiths and exceptional exhibits from various places, mostly from cemeteries of Archaic and Classical periods. The museum also has a chronological narration commencing with the “Prehistoric Macedonia.””
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“One of the most characteristic monuments of Thessaloniki is the Arch of Galerius, located on the upper side of the Via Egnatia, a short distance from the Rotunda. (The Rotunda is a building with internal niches, serving as a place of worship). The Arch of Galerius is a glorious monument, whose purpose was not practical, but memorial and honorary. It is a triumphal arch built shortly before 305 AD to honor the Roman Emperor Galerius, after the final victory over the Persians. The triumphal arch that was positioned perpendicular to the ancient Egnatia, which crossed the city (west to east) forming a part of the Roman Palace of Galerius, which was developed through the current squares of Navarinou and Hippodrome. The construction design of the arch of Galerius was such as the two major roads to pass beneath it and crossed right in the middle, the current Egnatia Street and the street starting from the Arch and ending at the south gate of the wall of the Rotunda.”
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Thessaloniki, 546 25
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