The Umbrellas Sculpture stands near the Makedonia Palace Hotel and delights the many tourists passing by. Adding to its beauty during the day are the sky and the sea colors reflected by the umbrellas, whilst at night they are illuminated and appear just as gorgeous. The sculpture was set in 1997 when Thessaloniki was the
Ladadika (Greek: Λαδάδικα) is the name of a historic district and a landmark area of the city of Thessaloniki, Greece. It locates near the Port of Thessaloniki and for centuries was one of the most important market places of the city. Its name came about from the many olive oil shops of the area. Many
The Athonos Square is in the center of the city. There are a lot of beautiful taverns with Greek traditional music. They mostly have brilliant food. In Salonica there are a lot of galleries, which is characteristic of the city. There you feel the people and the atmosphere of this magnificent city. See the virtual
History The 4th-century Roman Emperor Galerius commissioned these two structures as elements of an imperial precinct linked to his Thessaloniki palace. Archeologists have found substantial remains of the palace to the southwest. These three monumental structures were connected by a road that ran through the arch, which rose above the major east-west road of the city.