The face of Thessaloniki changed in the late 19th and early 20th century. Many beautiful and imposing buildings were rebuilt. The new constructions follow a neoclassic architectural mixture with eclectic elements and Ottoman baroque influences in decoration. The new jewels of the city are luxury private residences and country mansions, hospitals, hotels, orphanages, schools, etc., giving Thessaloniki a new European style. Today most of these constructions’ use have changed, housing museums, public and municipal organizations. However, they still constitute an integral part of Thessaloniki’s history, witnesses of the architecture evolution while by their new ‘status’ they are taking part again in the city’s day to day life. Thessaloniki’s thematic routes continued through time, with the newest monuments telling their own stories. Listen to them!

The ‘Red’ House (Loggos Mansion)

One of the most beautiful buildings of Thessaloniki is the 'Red' House, as called by the Thessalonians due to its red bricks selected for the facade. It was built in 1926

Old Housekeeping School

Building connected to education, bought by Greek community and operated as a Greek school in 1893. Occasionally many schools for boys and girls have been housed, like the

Hotel Vienni

The former Hotel Vienni is located in an area where since 1880 onwards were built many hotels. An interwar era work by architect George Kampanellis, Hotel Vienni is chara


The area around Morichovou Square. The Fun in Thessaloniki passes through Ladadika! Commercial area close to the port with main activity the oil wholesale trade, by whic

Former Greek Consulate (Museum for the Macedonian Struggle)

One of the infrequent samples of pure neoclassical style in the city, the building of the former Greek Consulate designed by the famous architect Ernst Ziller. The buildi

Nedelkou mansion

Nedelkou Mansion is located in the heart of the city. It was built in 1909 by architect Xenophon Paionidis as the doctor's Ioannis Nedelkou famil

Aristotelous Square

Reference point of the city of Thessaloniki and one of the most beautiful squares of Greece is undoubtedly the Aristotelous Square. It was the central axis in the re