Unesco Monuments

Church of Christ Saviour No rating results yet

Thessaloniki Unesco Church of Christ Saviour The Church of Christ Saviour, is located very close to Galerius Arch and Rotunda and it is a monument that was originally built to honor the Virgin Mary. The church was built in the mid 14th century (approx. 1350). The monument was probably a funerary monument as [...]

Church of Panagia Chalkeon No rating results yet

Unesco Thessaloniki Church of Panagia Chalkeon The Church of Panagia Chalkeon is located under the surface of Egnatia street, close to the Roman Market and Aristotelous Square. The church was built during the beginning of the 11th century (approx.1028). The Church of Panagia Chalkeon was built exclusively using red bricks and due to [...]

Church of Saint Catherine No rating results yet

Unesco Thessaloniki Saint Cathrine Church The Church of Saint Catherine is located at the north-west side of the old city (Upper Town) of Thessaloniki. It is a monument that dates back to the late Byzantine times of Thessaloniki and was built at the beginning of the 14th century (approx. 1315). Many of Saint [...]

Church of Saint Panteleimon No rating results yet

Thessaloniki Unesco Church of Saint Panteleimon The Church of Saint Panteleimon, is located at the center of Thessaloniki very close to the Arch of Galerius, Rotunda and the Church of Saint Saviour. It was built during the Byzantine times of Thessaloniki at the end of the 13th century - beginning of 14th century. [...]

Church of Holy Apostles No rating results yet

Thessaloniki Church of Holly Apostles The Church of Holy Apostles, is located at the north side of Thessaloniki's city center, close to the Vardaris Square and the west walls of the city. The church belongs to the Paleochristian Monuments of Thessaloniki and is listed in the Unesco's protected Cultural Heritage. The church was [...]

Vlatadon Monastery No rating results yet

Thessaloniki Vlatadon Monastery Vlatadon Monastery is located at the very top of Thessaloniki's old city near the walls that reside close to the Acropolis. Its name comes from its founders (Vlatades brothers, Dorotheos and Markos) who were raised to sainthood. It dates back to the middle 14th century (Approc.1351-1371) and during that time [...]