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One of the must sees in this often overlooked city. It is very close to the Triumphal Arch of Galerius and so there is no excuse for seeing one and not the other.
The Rotunda is not surprisingly round and dates from early times (about...More
This building is a must see. It is good value and only takes a 20 mins to half an hour if you are on a walking tour. It is near the arch so you can see both. The mosaics inside are amazing and well preserved.
Built as a mausoleum for either Galerius or Constantine around 300 AD, in the style of the Roman Pantheon, this exquisite monument went through all the transformations of the sacred building in Thessaloniki: first as a Byzantine church, than as a Mosque (with the only...More
excellent acoustic, the oldest functional building in the city
build to be a mausoleum but remaining a church for 1200 years; then, more than 300 yrs as a mosque; then, after 1912, being church again....such a story, isn't it
fortunately, the Greeks kept the minaret,...More