Rotunda is one of the most emblematic historic buildings of Thessaloniki, built around 306 AD. by the Roman Emperor Galerius as Mausoleum. It was transformed into a Christian church during the reign of Emperor Theodosius I. In 1590 the building was converted into a mosque by the Turks. They added a minaret of 35.85 meters height, which is the only one of the Ottoman Rule period still standing in Thessaloniki.
Peaceful manifestation of thousands of people on Wednesday July 2015 in the center of Thessaloniki in favor of the NO on the acceptance of the agreement with the Troika. The statue of Philip II and the White Tower at the right.