Thessaloniki is the largest urban center in Northern Greece, built in amphitheater around the Thermaikos Gulf & its wide sea horizon stops at the imposing bulk og Mount Olympus.
The city was founded in 315 b.C. by Cassander in honor of his wife Thessaloniki sister of Alexander the Great.
Today, amid the recent international developments, Thessaloniki acquires multiple economic, social & cultural relations with the wider area.
The modern face of Thessaloniki coexists harmoniously with its numerous historical sites -from archaeological sites to imposing Byzantine monuments-always retaining a warm, vibrant, human profil.
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