Sunday 23 April 2017

Monuments in Thessaloniki

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The Zeitenlik, also known as Serbian Cemeteries is located in Lagada St on the West part of the city one and a half kilometers north of “Vardari” plaza. It is a unique monument that reminds us of the legacy of…
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King Phillip the Second of Macedon, father of Alexander III of Macedon, further known as Alexander the Great. After coming to power in 360 BC Phillip methodically expanded the kingdoms political and military influence, while improved and modernized the economy.…
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Pavlos Melas is considered to be one of the most important and heroic figures of the Greek modern history. Because of his actions he became very popular during the early stages of the Macedonian struggle and the most characteristic personality…
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Having taken some of the most important decisions that affected Greece during the entire 20th century Eleftherios Venizelos played a key role in certain events that turned out to be critical for the city of Thessaloniki.  
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One of the most important monuments of the city is the one located in Freedom Plaza near the harbor area. It reminds us of all the tragedies and devastating events that Thessaloniki suffered during the 2nd World War.  
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Born in 356Bc in Pella, Macedonia, Alexander the Great was the son of King Phillip the 2nd of Macedon and Princess Olympiada whose origin was from Epirus.  
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While wondering along some of the most popular commercial avenues of Thessaloniki, Venizelou and Ermou avenues you'll meet one of the less known monuments of the city a monument that reminds us of the tragic events that took place during one of the…
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