Galerius (Thess r.04)

A walk in the Roman past of Thessaloniki and the most youthful area of the city center.
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Golden mosaic, The Rotunda. (Walking Thessaloniki, Galerius - r.04)

Golden mosaic, The Rotunda. (Walking Thessaloniki, Galerius - r.04)

The wonderful backyard of Agios Panteleimonas Church. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The wonderful backyard of Agios Panteleimonas Church. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Galerius Arch or Kamara as all Thessalonians call it was built in 305 as a part of the Galerius Complex and is a triumphant arch celebrating the victory of the Roman Empire against the Persians. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Galerius Arch or Kamara as all Thessalonians call it was built in 305 as a part of the Galerius Complex and is a triumphant arch celebrating the victory of the Roman Empire against the Persians. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

One of the original and wonderful mosaics of the Rotunda with the Early-Chiristian themes of fauna and flora. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius (Download for FREE) #travel #guide #Greece #Roman #Byzantine #Church #Temple #Cross

One of the original and wonderful mosaics of the Rotunda with the Early-Chiristian themes of fauna and flora. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius (Download for FREE) #travel #guide #Greece #Roman #Byzantine #Church #Temple #Cross

The sanctum of Rotunda. A temple in Thessaloniki that was built in 305 and served the pagan religion, Christianity and Islam. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius

The sanctum of Rotunda. A temple in Thessaloniki that was built in 305 and served the pagan religion, Christianity and Islam. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius

The magnificent main hall of Rotunda, a Roman period temple of Thessaloniki with its amazing mosaics. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius

The magnificent main hall of Rotunda, a Roman period temple of Thessaloniki with its amazing mosaics. Walking Thessaloniki app, Route 04 - Galerius

One of the modern residents of the Galerius Palace takes a nap. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

One of the modern residents of the Galerius Palace takes a nap. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The base of the Rotunda minaret, the only one of Thessaloniki that was not destroyed in 1923. Rotunda was converted into a mosque in 1591 and remained one since the liberation of the city in 1912. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The base of the Rotunda minaret, the only one of Thessaloniki that was not destroyed in 1923. Rotunda was converted into a mosque in 1591 and remained one since the liberation of the city in 1912. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

A beautiful plant-covered fountain in the yard of Rotunda.  (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

A beautiful plant-covered fountain in the yard of Rotunda. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Detail of the fountain with Trigonion Tower at Ano Poli in the background. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Detail of the fountain with Trigonion Tower at Ano Poli in the background. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)


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The old Faculty of Philosophy is the first building of the Aristotelian University that was founded in 1927. This building is 40 years older as it was built in 1887 as the Public Preparatory School. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The old Faculty of Philosophy is the first building of the Aristotelian University that was founded in 1927. This building is 40 years older as it was built in 1887 as the Public Preparatory School. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Galerius Arch or Kamara as all Thessalonians call it was built in 305 as a part of the Galerius Complex and is a triumphant arch celebrating the victory of the Roman Empire against the Persians. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Galerius Arch or Kamara as all Thessalonians call it was built in 305 as a part of the Galerius Complex and is a triumphant arch celebrating the victory of the Roman Empire against the Persians. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

One of the modern residents of the Galerius Palace takes a nap. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

One of the modern residents of the Galerius Palace takes a nap. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The Municipal Library at Ethnikis Amynis Street. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The Municipal Library at Ethnikis Amynis Street. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The wonderful backyard of Agios Panteleimonas Church. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The wonderful backyard of Agios Panteleimonas Church. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Beautiful apartment buildings of the city center. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Beautiful apartment buildings of the city center. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

This late 13th century church was built as a monastery temple. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

This late 13th century church was built as a monastery temple. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

This small part of the Eastern Wall survived the demolition that was ordered in the late 19th century by Sultan Abdul Hamid II. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

This small part of the Eastern Wall survived the demolition that was ordered in the late 19th century by Sultan Abdul Hamid II. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Detail of the fountain with Trigonion Tower at Ano Poli in the background. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

Detail of the fountain with Trigonion Tower at Ano Poli in the background. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The base of the Rotunda minaret, the only one of Thessaloniki that was not destroyed in 1923. Rotunda was converted into a mosque in 1591 and remained one since the liberation of the city in 1912. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

The base of the Rotunda minaret, the only one of Thessaloniki that was not destroyed in 1923. Rotunda was converted into a mosque in 1591 and remained one since the liberation of the city in 1912. (Walking Thessaloniki, Route 04 - Galerius)

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