The regional unit stretches from the Thermaic Gulf to the Strymonic Gulf. The Thermaic Gulf lies to the southwest while the Strymonic Gulf is in the east. Two bodies of water are located to the north, Lake Koronia in the heart of the regional unit and Lake Volvi to the east. There are farmlands throughout the western and the southwestern part, a few in the northeast, the north and along the Axios River valley. The mountains include the Chortiatis to the westcentral part, the Vertiskos to the north and parts of the Kerdylio mountains to the northeast. The regional unit borders on the Imathia regional unit to the southwest, Pella to the west, Kilkis to the north, Serres to the east and Chalkidiki to the south.
Its climate includes hot Mediterranean summers and cool to mild winters in low lying areas and its plains. Winter weather is very common in areas 500 m above sea level and into the mountains.
TikTok has become the go-to destination for mind-blowing optical illusions and quizzes. One test, in particular, recently made the rounds on the platform, with social media users sharing their results on which Greek figure would match their personality ...Thessaloniki ... Tags. ancient Greece, ancient Greek, Greece news, Greek news, social media, TikTok ... 0 ... .
(JTA) — For at least the fourth time since it was installed in 2014, vandals desecrated a Holocaust memorial in Thessaloniki, the Greek city that once boasted a Jewish plurality ...The monument, installed in 2014, features a metal menorah and a star of David positioned slightly askew to symbolize the destruction of the ancient community.
But former chancellor Mr Osborne is understood to be in talks to loan the statues in exchange for other ancient artworks ... But it is thought that the sculptures will leave London “sooner rather than later” and it is planned that the British Museum will receive some ancient artefacts in return ... ThessalonikiMetro ... Thessaloniki.
Images that give an insight into AncientGreece came to light because of the excavations carried out for the ThessalonikiMetro... The route of the Metro lines, which crosses the city centre, follows the axis of the main street of the ancient city which was flanked by colonnades and arcades and had a 16 metre wide road surface.
If you're planning to travel to Greece, here's what you'll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the Covid-19 pandemic. What you need to know ... What's on offer ?. Ancient monuments, myriad islands, spectacular beaches and vast mountains ... Who can go? ... Useful links ... ThessalonikiMetro. Impressive images from the excavations of the ancient city.
After Vassilis Bisbikis and the photo showing him holding a cigarette in a nightclub, this time a video of Paola smoking on stage has been released online ... Throughout her performance, Paola had it lit in her hand. Watch the video ... READ MORE ... Tags ... No Newer Articles. 0. 0 ... ThessalonikiMetro. Impressive images from the excavations of the ancient city ... .
The unemployment rate in the eurozone remained steady at 6.5% in November 2022 compared to October, recording the lowest level since 1998, Eurostat data released on Monday showed. In the eurozone, the unemployment rate a year ago (November 2021) was 7.1% ... READ MORE ... Tags ... 0 ... ThessalonikiMetro. Impressive images from the excavations of the ancient city ... .
Netflix is set to release another blockbuster documentary, this time about the life of Pamela Anderson - sex, her romance with a Greek-American and her personal life. Pamela Anderson is ready to tell her story in a new documentary ... pic.twitter.com/vSNvsQPE48 ... "My life ... Tags ... ThessalonikiMetro. Impressive images from the excavations of the ancient city ... .
Construction of the ThessalonikiMetro has led to the discovery of countless archaeological treasures from the ancient city of Thessaloniki. Thessaloniki was founded around 315 BC by KingCassander of Macedon, who named the city after his wife, Thessalonike, the half-sister of ...
A new portal into Macedonia’s ancient past was recently opened at the village of Vergina, in Thessaloniki’s southwestern countryside, where life nowadays is anything but sedate and pastoral ... In the heartland of ancient Macedonia, distinctive hills regularly dot the landscape, with more than 500 such tumuli in the Vergina/Palatitsia area alone.