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The distance between the statue of Phillipe the 2nd and Leykos Pyrgos is the history passed. From Hellinistic times to Ottomans. Thessaloniki, Greece

The distance between the statue of Phillipe the and Leykos Pyrgos is the history passed.

ALEXANDER THE GREAT - MEGAS ALEXANDROS - King of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia

ALEXANDER THE GREAT - MEGAS ALEXANDROS - King of the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia

Entrance to the port of Thessaloniki , 1919 by Fred Boissonnas

Entrance to the port of Thessaloniki , 1919 by Fred Boissonnas

Alexander the Great - sculpture in Thessaloniki capital of Macedonia

Alexander the Great - sculpture in Thessaloniki capital of Macedonia

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Aristotelous square, #Thessaloniki, #travelingreece

TRAVEL'IN GREECE I Aristotelous square, #Thessaloniki, #travelingreece

Θεσσαλονίκη 365, 2013 - Thessaloniki Arts and Culture

Θεσσαλονίκη 2013 - Thessaloniki Arts and Culture

Couples… Boardwalk of Thessaloniki, Greece 2014

Boardwalk of Thessaloniki, Greece 2014

GREECE CHANNEL | Aristotelous square

GREECE CHANNEL | Aristotelous square

Thessaloniki by night, Aristotelous Square, Greece | by anna_sarika

Thessaloniki by night, Aristotelous Square, Greece | by anna_sarika

Αξιοθέατα της Θεσσαλονίκης: Λευκός Πύργος, Γλυπτική ομπρέλας, Αγία Σοφία και πολλά άλλα!

Geheimtipp in Griechenland? - Thessaloniki Sehenswürdigkeiten!

Αξιοθέατα της Θεσσαλονίκης: Λευκός Πύργος, Γλυπτική ομπρέλας, Αγία Σοφία και πολλά άλλα!

The Heptapyrgion ,Turkish name Yedi Kule is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress  named after the Yedikule Fortress in Constantinople. It served as the major redoubt of the city's acropolis, as well as the seat of its garrison commander in Ottoman times, until the late 19th century. It was then converted to a prison which remained open until 1989. References to the infamous Yedi Kule prison abound in the Greek rebetika songs

The Heptapyrgion ,Turkish name Yedi Kule is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress named after the Yedikule Fortress in Constantinople. It served as the major redoubt of the city's acropolis, as well as the seat of its garrison commander in Ottoman times, until the late 19th century. It was then converted to a prison which remained open until 1989. References to the infamous Yedi Kule prison abound in the Greek rebetika songs

Aristotle Univesity of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Philosophy Old Building

Aristotle Univesity of Thessaloniki, Faculty of Philosophy Old Building