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... centers, which will hopefully be revealed more fully in the coming years, but for now most of what you can see is the houses containing the mosaics and the grid-like overall layout of the city. I stopped at a local market to grab some water, where the cashier spoke enough English to have a conversation with me about some of the things that had been found at the site (and it sounded like he had worked at the site intermittently), and then found my way back down the Street ...
... the squares where there are lots of cafés and the market area.
We loved the old hotel where we were staying and the restoration work that Vassillis, the owner was doing in the building. The dining room was so tastefully decorated. The ceiling in the bedroom was covered in original friezes. His grandfather had bought the hotel in 1923.
... in the 1970s contained a wealth of artifacts and information that has led many archaeologists to believe one of the burials to be none other than that of Phillip II, Alexander the Great's father. There are several burials that were constructed under the same mound of earth, and suggestions about the occupants of the others also range among the relatives of Alexander. In any case, the burials contain a really superb collection of ...
... through the city as a busy street today! She received historic figure like the orator Cicero and our own Apostle Paul. She saw evangelists like Saints Cyril and Methodius leave her borders to become the apostles to the Slavic peoples so crucial to world Orthodox Christianity today. She was contended by the Macedonians, Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Goths, Slavs, Bulgers, Turks, and Nazis. She hosted a large ...
... That's where the Red Sultan rounded up Greeks who opposed their occupation and killed them. So much blood was spilled there that they named it after its color. It's not clear why it was renamed the White Tower. One thing for sure --- there were no hamburgers for sale at the White Tower.
Museums, here, are as bountiful as cafes which are almost bountiful as tavernas. Then you have the bars which compete with the clubs such ...