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Σπύρος
Σπύρος
October 28, 2019
If you are the adventure type you should definitely pay a visit here, there are some small roads where you can hike or jog alone or with company.
Chara
Chara
July 27, 2018
This is nearest forest in the city!
Sofoklis
Sofoklis
February 22, 2018
Thessalonikis forest....Nice for walk and daily running!!great view!
Ntemi And Nick
Ntemi And Nick
February 10, 2019
Κατάλληλο για περίπατο και άλλες δραστηριότητες κοντά στη φύση.

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Cultural Center
“πολιτιστικό κέντρο ,σχολή καλών τεχνών ,εκθέσεις ,Gallery, Θέατρο ,οι καλύτερες στην πόλη παραστάσεις, Συναυλίες εκπληκτικές , Τούρκικο restaurant, hotel 5 αστέρων {Lazart} SPA ,πισίνα, ! Πολύ κοντά στο σπίτι και με τα πόδια!”
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“The Forest Theatre is one of (if not) the best of Thessaloniki. It is a big open theatre situated on the middle of the forest of Seich Sou (hence the name). It is a great experience to watch a summer concert or a theatrical show there. In Greece, there's a beautiful "tradition" we have, as soon as the calendar marks June, we start searching for outdoor events in every open theatre close to us. And we are never disappointed, for artists and theatrical companies start touring the country. However, if you are not lucky enough to catch an event in this theatre, don't worry! It IS after all in the forest, and the forest is quite higher that the rest of the city. So, the view is magnificent and ..”
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“The Ottoman era of the city’s history left a very important architectural legacy of several buildings that still remind us of the rich multicultural past of Thessaloniki. Bezesteni is perhaps one of the most characteristic samples of many buildings that can be found in several parts of the historic center and deserve more attention as they are small treasures indeed. Built by Sultan Mehmet II in 1455 – 1459 AD it is one of the oldest Ottoman buildings still standing in the center of Thessaloniki. It was used by the Ottomans for a number of commercial and financial activities thus making it a very important center for every region that had one. The building’s architecture is typical of the 15th century Ottoman style that can be found in other similar buildings in Greece (Serres) or abroad, mostly in the Balkans. Its name means Fabric Market (ben = fabric in Turkish, bezesten). An institution of great importance for every Ottoman city Trading valuable objects and artifacts, safe keeping important documents and controlling the quality of the merchandise and money were some of the functions/services that each Bezesteni was responsible for at a daily basis. It is characterized by some rare architectural elements that differentiate it from the majority of the buildings. In the roof there are six well preserved domes in 2 rows while the main structure has 4 entrances. Inside the building seven double arches support the two main pillars of the structure. It remained vibrant and active until the destructive fire of 1917. After the destruction the building took its final form while new additions were built in order for new stores to be added. Even today you’ll find several small shops that offer fabrics, jewels, and flowers thus keeping a part of its historic commercial character. Although Bezesteni is not as impressive as other Ottoman buildings, its importance lies to the fact that it is a part of the old Ottoman Thessaloniki that still remains alive. A reminder of the common architectural legacy this city shares with the Balkans. After being carefully restored during the 1990’s, Bezesteni hosts several photographic, artistic and cultural events. Some of them are taking place in the upper level of the buildings interior A small visit will not disappoint all those who wish to feel a glimpse of the eastern, Ottoman spirit of the city! You can easily find it in Venizelou Avenue heading north, just before Egnatia St in the center of the city. The entrance is Free of charge. It remains open during the shops’ working hours. If you are interested in visiting more monuments from the same historic period of the city’s past (Ottoman), a visit to Bey Hamam that is located north of Aristotelous Plaza should be your next destination. Venizelou Avenue is one of the city’s most vibrant and commercial streets of Thessaloniki. There are several shops and some really nice taverns, just a few minutes away from Bezesteni. ”
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“ A walk on Thessaloniki's new seaside is the best thing you can do with your family or friends. You can explore Thessaloniki's seaside on foot, or you can rent bikes The most touristic choice are the boat bars, which are close to the White Tower but you will pay about 4-5 Euros per person for a 20-30 minutes "trip" in the sea of Thessaloniki(Thermaikos).”
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“Along with your walk to Ano Poli don’t miss the chance to have a closer look to the Byzantine fortifications that still surround part of the modern city center. You will feel like travelling back into the city’s past from within as the whole place is surrounded by history! The city’s fortification reveals once again the importance given by every Emperor, Ruler, King or Sultan to Thessaloniki as a financial and political center, because of its strategic location. The Walls of Thessalonica These impressive structures were built to protect the city from raids and withstand long sieges, something that they actually did most of the times. The city was initially fortified right after its foundation in the late 4th century BC but the present walls are dated back to the early Byzantine period around 390 AD during the reign of emperor Theodosius, while they still incorporate some parts of the earlier constructions. Their defensive abilities are quite impressive! They were 7 kilometers long while at some points they were up to 10 meters high and almost 5 meters thick. They were decorated with various symbols like suns, crosses or carved marble inscriptions near the gates. A number of fortresses and defensive towers were added during different periods of history like the Seven Towers Fortress (Heptapirgion) and the Tower Of Trigoniou located near the Acropolis. Several square, circle or polygon shaped towers were also built along the entire perimeter. The Walls were still surrounding the city until the late 19th century when large parts including the entire seaward section were demolished as the Ottoman authorities were trying to change some of the city’s urban features. ”
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