A vibrant gem along the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea.
The city is not only regarded as the cultural and entertainment capital of northern Greece, but also the cultural capital of the country. Founded in 315BC by Cassander of Macedon, its history spans some 3,000 years; preserving relics of its Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman past and of its formerly dominant Jewish population. Many of its Byzantine churches, and a whole district of the city in particular, are included in UNESCO's World Heritage list.
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