58th Thessaloniki International Film Festival November 02 – November 12 2017 Τhe 58th Thessaloniki International Film Festival, the largest celebration of cinema in Greece,
The Arch of Galerius, popularly called Kamara by Greeks, stands in what the centre of Thessaloniki.
EKBY’s overall objective is to promote the sustainability of renewable natural resources in Greece …
Manolis Anagnostakis was a Greek poet and critic at the forefront of the Marxist and existentialist poetry movements…
When the Roman Empire was divided into eastern and western segments ruled from Byzantium/Constantinople and Rome respectively, Thessaloníki came under the control of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine Empire).
Thessaloniki was united with Greece on October 26, 1912.
After the fall of the kingdom of Macedon in 168 BC, Thessalonica became a city of the Roman Republic.
The Museum of Byzantine Culture aims in presenting various aspects of life during the byzantine and post-byzantine periods
Its goals include organising exhibitions and publications, supporting research and criticism on Greek photography
The core of the collections of the Teloglion Foundation of Arts is the donation of Nestor and Aliki Telloglou to the Aristotle University