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Thessaloniki, The City

For centuries, as co-capital of the Byzantine empire and afterwards, Thessaloniki was the crossroads of nations and has attracted many foreign rule thus establishing an international character establishing an international character by sustaining the coexistence of various and diverse civilizations, religions and cultures.
Today as we entered the 21 st century, Greece’s second largest city has become the headquarters of many organizations and institutions aimed at the reconstruction and development of the Balkans. Innumerable Byzantine monuments and churches, the magnificent findings from the royal tombs in Vergina, the famous national theater, an outstanding cuisine , its intensive night-life and its proximity to the suburbs beaches of Halkidiki , make modern Thessaloniki an even more attractive point for tourism in Greece.