The thematic routes will reveal cultures and traditions left behind by ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Ottomans, Jews but also holy figures of Christianity, Thessaloniki’s past and present, by unrolling a fascinating story of 2300 years!

Indian cemetery

The unique Indian Cemetery in Greece, belonging to the Military Cemetery Committee of the British Commonwealth. There are buried and cremated more than 500 Indians w

Zeitenlik (Allied Military Cemetery)

About 20,000 soldiers of the Entente allies in World War I (French, Serbs, Italians British, Russians and Bulgarian captives) are buried in Zeitelnik Allied cemetery, the

Armenian Cemetery, Protestant Cemetery

Created in the late 19th century, in the area above the Evaggelistria, opposite to the hospital of Agios Dimitrios.  

New Jewish Cemetery

The old Jewish cemetery was located on the current Campus of Thessaloniki, however it was destroyed by the Germans during the German occupation. Few graves were saved and

Orthodox Cemetery (Evangelistria)

Around 1875 - 1880 the establishment and operation of Cemeteries was granted to the Charity Society of Thessaloniki's men, which after strenuous efforts, created the Ceme

Villa Chatzilazarou / Siaga

The two-storey neoclassical building was built in 1890 by architect Paionidis on behalf of Chatzilazarou family. It was Constantine's house, the successor to the Gre

Château mon bonheur (the Tower of Eftichia)

A very particular building not only for its architecture but also for its history is the Château mon bonheur. It was built in 1890 from the plans of by Frederic Charnot a

Villa Michaelidi

The 1890 residence after changing several owners was purchased in 1926 by the Michaelidis family. A sign of eclecticism with baroque elements and originally, this plot wa

Former Melissa Orphanage

The beautiful two-storey house, a typical example of eclecticism was built for Osman Ali Bey in 1913. Converted to Bulgarian Consulate in 1914, later housed the Fren

Villa Morpurgo

The villa was erected before 1906 according to designs by architect Vitaliano Poselli. The owner was an Italian Jewish woman named Fanny Ouziel, wife of Moise Morpurgo, d