Alaca Imaret Mosque or Ishak Pasha Mosque is a 15th-century Ottoman Mosque in Thessaloniki, Greece. Architecture. It was built by order of Ishak Pasha in 1484 or 1487. It consists of a mosque with an imaret (public charity kitchen). The mosque and imaret are not in use anymore.
Monument of Alexander the Great – Nea Paralia Thessaloniki The monument of Alexander the Great is located in one of the most popular areas of Thessaloniki, in Nea Paralia right by the sea. You will easily find it right after the city’s symbol, the White Tower and the Royal Theater, heading east.
Location of Arch of Galerius and Rotunda in Greece. The Arch of Galerius and the Rotunda (with a post added minaret), 299-303 AD The Arch of Galerius (Gr.: Αψίδα του Γαλερίου) or Kamara (Gr.: Καμάρα) and the Rotunda (Ροτόντα) are neighbouring early 4th-century AD monuments in the city of Thessaloniki, in the region ...
The Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki is one of the largest museums in Greece and the central museum of northern Greece. All visitors are welcome to experience its unique collections of ancient artefacts as well as its rich and extrovert cultural activities.
Aristotelous Square is the main city square of Thessaloniki, Greece and is located on Nikis avenue, in the city center. It was designed by French architect Ernest Hébrard in 1918, but most of the square was built in the 1950s. Many buildings surrounding the central square have since been renovated and its northern parts were largely restored in the 2000s. The twelve buildings that make up Aristotelous Square have been listed buildings of the Hellenic Republic since 1950.
The Atatürk Museum (Greek: Μουσείο Ατατούρκ, Mousío Atatúrk, Turkish: Atatürk Evi Müzesi, Atatürk House Museum) is a historic house museum in Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece. The house is the birthplace of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, who was born here in 1881.
Built in 1444, Bey Hamam is the oldest off all the Ottoman baths in Thessaloniki and one of the most important buildings that integrate Ottoman architecture. It is located in the center of the city north of Aristotelous Plaza right across the paleo-christian temple of “Panagia Halkeon”.
The Byzantine Bath of the Upper Town (Greek: Βυζαντινά Λουτρά Άνω Πόλης) in Thessaloniki is one of the few and best preserved of the Byzantine baths that have survived from the Byzantine period in Greece. It is located on the Theotokopoulou Street in the Upper Old Town of Thessaloniki.
The Church of Hosios David has a simple exterior and is more removed from the heart of Thessaloniki, closer to the mountains. This contributed to the theory that the Church of Hosios David was not converted to a mosque immediately after the Turks conquered the area, as the Turks converted all the best churches, and best locations first.
The Church of Prophet Elijah (Greek: Ναός Προφήτη Ηλία) is a 14th-century church in Thessaloniki, Greece, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The church is located in the upper quarter of the old city, and dates to the Palaiologan period, but its original dedication is unknown.
The church dates to the Palaiologan period, but its exact dating and original dedication are unknown. From its interior decoration, which survives in fragments and is dated to ca. 1315, it has been suggested that it was the katholikon of the Monastery of the Almighty.
The church lies in the eastern part of the old city, near the Tomb of Galerius (the "Rotunda"), at the junction of Iasonidou and Arrianou streets. Its current dedication to Saint Panteleimon was given to the church after the end of Ottoman rule in 1912, and its original dedication is therefore disputed.
The Thessaloniki Museum of Cinema is one of the most interesting museums of the city, just a couple of minutes away from Aristotelous Square at the end of the coastal avenue. It is located in a warehouse on the first wharf of the port of Thessaloniki covering an area of 1100m.
The Cultural Center of the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation in Thessaloniki (Πολιτιστικό Κέντρο του ΜΙΕΤ στη Θεσσαλονίκη) is a museum in Thessaloniki, Central Macedonia, Greece. It belongs to the National Bank of Greece Cultural Foundation.
The Folk Life and Ethnological Museum of Macedonia and Thrace located in the city of Thessaloniki, explores and studies the traditional culture of recent times in several regions of northern Greece. It gathers, preserves, records and organizes the material evidence of that past, making it available to the public for purposes of study, instruction and amusement.
Location of Hagios Demetrios in Greece. The Church of Saint Demetrius, or Hagios Demetrios (Greek: Άγιος Δημήτριος), is the main sanctuary dedicated to Saint Demetrius, the patron saint of Thessaloniki (in Central Macedonia, Greece), dating from a time when it was the second largest city of the Byzantine Empire.
The Heptapyrgion (Ancient Greek: Ἑπταπύργιον), modern Eptapyrgio (Επταπύργιο), also popularly known by its Ottoman Turkish name Yedi Kule (Γεντί Κουλέ), is a Byzantine and Ottoman-era fortress situated on the north-eastern corner of the acropolis of Thessaloniki in Greece.
One of the most traditional markets of Thessaloniki, Kapani, serves consumers’ needs ever since Ottoman occupation. It’ s an essential visiting spot for those interested in the city’s gastronomic history and evolution because through its hospitable alleys, with the two-storey buildings and the little shops, time seems to have stood still.
The Monastir Synagogue (Hebrew: קהל קדוש מונאסטירליס ) is a historic synagogue of the once vibrant Jewish community in Thessaloniki. History The synagogue was built in 1927 by Jews from Monastir in the former Yugoslavia and consecrated by the Chief Rabbi of Thessaloniki, Chaim Raphael Habib.
<p>The <b>New Mosque</b> is a historical <a href="/pages/w/104081049628243">mosque</a> in <a href="/pages/w/112403518772379">Thessaloniki</a>, <a href="/pages/w/106078956090444">Greece</a>. It was built by Italian architect <a href="/pages/w/1482779218600316">Vitaliano Poselli</a> in 1902 for the city's <a href="/pages/w/112276755456933">Donmeh</a> community, Jewish converts to Islam.
OTE Tower is a 76-metre-tall tower located in the Thessaloniki International Exhibition Center in central Thessaloniki, Greece. The tower opened in 1966 and was renovated in 2005. The tower was designed by Greek architect A. Anastasiadis and was completed in 1965, with the first black and white broadcasts on a Greek television network taking place from the tower in 1966.
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State Museum of Contemporary Art is housed both in the northeast wing of the Moni Lazariston complex and, since the summer of 2001, in the Warehouse B1 located at the port of Thessaloniki (Thessaloniki Center of Contemporary Art – cact.gr).
Department of Theory and methodology of physical education / Катедра ТМФВ added a new photo — at Thessaloniki Olympic Museum. · April 21 · Thessaloníki, Greece · Department of Theory and methodology of physical education / Катедра ТМФВ added a new photo — with Кирил Йорданов and 9 others at Thessaloniki Olympic Museum.
Tower of Trigonion (Alysseos Tower) Being perhaps the most imposing element of the city's walls and one of the most popular sights in Thessaloniki the Tower of Trigonion is a medieval masterpiece. Having built in the second half of the 15th century aD it was used as an armory and an artillery tower.
The Monastery of the Vlatades, also Moni Vlatadon, is a Holy Royal Patriarchal Stavropegic Monastery of the Church of Constantinople located in Thessalonica, Greece. At its founding in the fourteenth century the monastery was known as the Monastery of the Pantocrator.