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Roman Agora Thessaloniki

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Ioanna
Ioanna
July 5, 2016
The Roman Forum of Thessaloniki, which for some three centuries was city's main reference point and administrative center, was built in Thessaloniki at the end of the 2nd century. and the first third of the 3rd century. A.D. It was built as something similar to the Greek market, but with the…
Κατερίνα
Κατερίνα
September 28, 2019
The Hebrard plan for the reconstruction of Thessaloniki after the big fire of 1917 predicted the extension of Aristotelous to the north, to create a large administrative center. During the excavations (1962) for the construction of the city courthouse, the ruins of the Roman Agora (Forum) were…
Rosa
Rosa
May 22, 2016
The remains of the Roman Forum of Thessaloniki, situated at the top of Aristotelous Square, is an interesting insight into the ancient history of the city perfectly mixed within the urban environment. One of the ideal paths to take would be to start from the sea at Aristotelous Square and walk to…
Joy
Joy
May 9, 2015
Ancient Roman Agora 42 B.C.
Nikoletta
Nikoletta
July 29, 2019
At the heart of the modern city, at the center of Thessaloniki lies a museum that is literally hidden in plain sight, waiting to be discovered! A hidden museum within the Forum Inside the Ancient Agora in one of the busiest places of Roman Thessaloniki awaits you a museum that is…
Nancy
Nancy
February 24, 2016
You should visit the old market.You can walk around the ancient shops, baths,stadium and theater.An archeological area in the heart of the city.
Sophia
Sophia
April 23, 2015
2000 years before men of the city were meeting and discussing there !
Lena
Lena
July 26, 2019
Monday and Wednesday to Sunday 8:30-16:00
George
George
May 16, 2018
The ancient Roman Forum, is one off the most important ancient places to visit in Thessaloniki, it is the ancient market, something like a time travel!
Anastasia
Anastasia
June 2, 2019
Post-lunch: Historic Highlights Walk from Ladidika through seafront Eleftherias Square – Thessaloniki’s prettier answer to Syntagma Square, up Eleftheriou Venizelou Street to the city’s most famous and holiest cathedral Saint Demetrius (Thessaloniki’s patron saint). His bones are entombed for…

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