This is one of a number of ancient ruins and structures in the area (including the palace ruins and rotunda) that a worth exploring in a walking tour. The area is vibrant with shops and cafes, a great way to spend a day in the city.
An impressive Roman arch in the midst of a bustling Greek city with lots of details on it to discover and many facilities around it to accompany the visit with a good coffee.
This Arch is great to see and is a testimony to the once greatness of this city. It's funny that the one time foe of Christianity is still honored in a city where the religion has flourished.
Very beautiful arch built by Galerius the tetrach emperor of the Roman Empire as a part of a huge complex which included the palace, hippodrome and Rotunda. Some remains can be seen and you have to imagine the splendour of the structure. This part of town is very nice and vibrant with caffes, restaurants and shops. Do not miss it.
an impressive arch with some really well preserved reliefs, especially on the inside of the arch. Located on the main road, just a few steps from the Rotunda of Galerius, you can't miss it
Seemed the maintenance of it is marginal. There was a little street tavern near by and many street vendors. It needs more care in order to be preserved for future.
The Arch of Galerius (AD 303) celebrates a victory over the Persians with carved, lunging soldiers. It is located south of the Rotunda of Galerius on Egnatia. It is known also as the Kamara (meaning arch) and is one of the most characteristic monuments of Thessaloniki. As Thessaloniki has weathered different religions and empires, the rotunda has been transformed from... 更多
One of the oldest monuments in the city and a major nowadays rendezvous spot. You can find in the surrounding area anything you need in more economical rates compared to the area around the Square of Aristotelous or Tsimiski street. It is considered a student area due to the Aristoteleion University, which is 5' away. It is the starting point... 更多
The arch commemorates Galerius' victory over the Persians and his eternal glory. Just as his memory has been reduced to this crumbling arch, so is the stonework decaying by the combined efforts of wind and rain. The northern column has weathered away to almost nothing, and only the sculpting in the inner part of the southern column remains vibrant. If... 更多