Digital Nomad Guide: Thessaloniki
An important metropolis by the Roman period, Thessaloniki was the second largest and wealthiest city of the Byzantine Empire. The Ottomans conquered it. Today it has a vibe of innovations with ancient culture as a structure that upholds the city. Rebuilt in the 20th-century city and has a modern European layout Greece's second-largest city. Thessaloniki is a Greek port city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea. Evidence of Roman, Byzantine and Ottoman history remains, especially around Ano Poli, the upper town. The ruins of Roman Emperor Galerius’ 4th-century palace include the Rotunda which has been both a church and a mosque. Much of the city centre was destroyed in the Great Fire of 1917.
- Historic and Cultural Sites
- Museum of Illusions