Thessaloniki Port

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The port of Thessaloníki is artificial and it consists of six wide piers, which are numbered from 1 to 6 from east to west, and intermediate quays. A detached breakwater about 1,000 m long protects the moles 1,2,3,4 and 5 from the waves caused by south winds. Ships can enter the port from either southeast or west.

The southeast entrance of the port is formed between the southeast end of the breakwater and the head of mole no. 1; it is open to the southeast and the width of its entrance is 183 meters. The west entrance to the port, which is open to the southwest, is formed between the west end of the breakwater and the eastern end of mole no. 5. The width of the entrance is 152 meters.

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Hagia Sophia

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The Hagia Sophia (meaning Holy Wisdom in Greek) in Thessaloniki, is one of the oldest churches in that city still standing today and it is included in UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. About 50 A.

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White Tower

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The White Tower is located in Nikis street which is the sea boulevard and the most recognisable spot in Thessaloniki. The exact date of its construction is not known but most likely it was built sometime after 1530.



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