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It took us a while to find it, but we were happy that we did. The outside is such a lovely space with great and peaceful views to the sea, while the tiny interior is just charming. A very special place!
We navigated to the church by foot and had no difficulty finding the place using google maps. If you come by car I can imagine it could be a bit of a challenge - one option could be to park near the Vlatadon monastery and...More
Google maps really struggles in places like this and the map was no good to me. I walked along the walls at the top deviating to find the 5th century chapel, Osios David, whose signs led me deeper and down into the old town until...More
Finding this place, even with a map was quite a challenge. We got to the right area and had to end up asking a local. It is tucked away up a side street. The church was built in the 5th century and later updated in...More
If not for "Thessaloniki walking tours and the tour guide Gorgeous, I would never find and visit this hidden pearl in the upper town. Check for opening hours as they're limited.
One of two place in the world where Jesus is depicted without beard -...More
A wonderful little chapel-church opens up with a terrace to the south overlooking the city and the bay, high up: a beautiful view of the city. There we found a young student sitting waiting for the odd tourist to stumble across the treasure. We went...More
It is only 15 mins walk from Arabas hostel,but be careful -the upper town of Thessaloniki is like a labyrinth -I recommend you carry a map.This place is unique,and the history of the mosaic of Jesus without a beard is very rare.