History of Thessaloniki

History Of Thessaloniki

The history of the city of Thessaloniki is a long one, dating back to the Ancient Greeks. Today with the opening of borders in Southeastern Europe, since the collapse of Communism in the early 1990s, it is currently experiencing a strong revival, serving as the prime port for the northern Greek regions of Macedonia and Thrace, as well as for the whole of Southeastern Europe.

Read more about History Of Thessaloniki:  Hellenistic Era, Roman Era, Byzantine Era, Ottoman Era, Balkan Wars and World War I, World War II Era, Modern Era

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History Of Thessaloniki - Modern Era
... Early Christian and Byzantine monuments of Thessaloniki were inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988 and Thessaloniki later became European City of Culture in 1997 ... Thessaloniki today has come to become one of the most important trade and business hubs in the Balkans with its port, the Port of Thessaloniki being one of ... state universities — the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the largest university in Greece (founded in 1926), and the University of Macedonia, alongside the Technological Education Institute ...

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