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Only within 5 minutes walk from Aristotelous sqr, The Ladadika is -again- the hot spot in Thessaloniki. Park your Mercedes-Benz nearby and get lost in the narrow picturesque roads of Ladadika. If you're hungry, there are plenty of tavernas with traditional dishes and even more. We totally recommend "Foul tou Meze". There are also many bars to catch a frozen beer or a glass of wine.

Only within 5 minutes walk from Aristotelous sqr, The Ladadika is -again- the hot spot in Thessaloniki. Park your Mercedes-Benz nearby and get lost in the narrow picturesque roads of Ladadika. If you're hungry, there are plenty of tavernas with traditional dishes and even more. We totally recommend "Foul tou Meze". There are also many bars to catch a frozen beer or a glass of wine.

Aristotelous Square, Thessaloniki, Greece

Aristotelous Square, Thessaloniki, Greece

TRAVEL'IN GREECE | Seafront of #Thessaloniki, #Central_Macedonia, #Greece, #travelingreece

TRAVEL'IN GREECE | Seafront of #Thessaloniki, #Central_Macedonia, #Greece, #travelingreece

GREECE.Thessaloniki-Rotonda-Byzantine church in the evening

GREECE.Thessaloniki-Rotonda-Byzantine church in the evening

White Tower (Thessaloniki, Greece) by take the fork, via Flickr

White Tower (Thessaloniki, Greece) by take the fork, via Flickr

Plane views from my window seat - Turkish Airlines flying Over Colorful Istanbul by Night, Turkey

Plane views from my window seat - Turkish Airlines flying Over Colorful Istanbul by Night, Turkey

Thessaloniki, Greece - "Rotunda", Roman monument. The Rotunda was a massive circular structure with a masonry core that had an oculus like the Pantheon in Rome. It has gone through multiple periods of use and modification as a polytheist temple, a Christian basilica, a Muslim mosque, and again a Christian church (and archaeological site). A minaret is preserved from its use as a mosque, and ancient remains are exposed on its southern side.

Thessaloniki, Greece - "Rotunda", Roman monument. The Rotunda was a massive circular structure with a masonry core that had an oculus like the Pantheon in Rome. It has gone through multiple periods of use and modification as a polytheist temple, a Christian basilica, a Muslim mosque, and again a Christian church (and archaeological site). A minaret is preserved from its use as a mosque, and ancient remains are exposed on its southern side.


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