Introductions to Thessaloniki

Introductions to Thessaloniki

Greece’s second city, Thessaloniki features most of the capital’s advantages, such as a wide market and vast choices in cultural events. set lacks of Athens’ hassles, including the hectic lifestyle, with Thessalonians being known for dealing with any dilemma over a long “frappe” (Greek iced coffee). A major college city, it offers lively nightlife, along with a variety of inexpensive dining and entertainment options. Continue reading “Introductions to Thessaloniki”
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Introductions to Rhodes

Introductions to Rhodes

 The largest among the Dodecanese Islands, Rhodes in Greece has a population of a bit more than 100,000 people, with half of its residents living in Rhodes Town. Also known as “The Island of Knights”, Rhodes was sold to the Order of the Knights of St John in early 14th century and remained under the order’s rule for 200 years. Glorious fortifications and excellent examples of Gothic and Renaissance architecture were erected during that period, most of which form the medieval part of current Rhodes Town.

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