Culture enthusiasts visiting the beautiful city of Thessaloniki will have the opportunity to attend two periodic exhibitions at the Museum of Byzantine Culture during the month of June.
In particular, the first round of guided tours refers to the periodic exhibition “Into the Vortex of the Great War: Thessaloniki of the Armée d’Orient (1915-1918)” which began last December and will be available until September 30th.
The second round of guided tours refers to the periodic exhibition “Memories of Monuments” that will be held in June. This exhibition began in April and will go on until June the 17th.
The exhibition presents the route that a modern walker can make, starting from the Temple of Olympian Zeus and Hadrian’s Arch, to the Parthenon and the monument of Filopappou, from where you can see Athens from above. This exhibition is a photographic depiction of the ancient monuments of Athens in the 19th century as seen through the eyes and artistic perspective of the first Greek and foreign photographers.
Travelling to the city of Thessaloniki is always a journey through history and culture, always an opportunity to learn, understand and discover some of the city’s best kept secrets.
Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and delve into a world of artistic splendor. Take a trip to Thessaloniki, arrange your stay at The Excelsior hotel during the month of June and make sure to visit the Museum of Byzantine culture to marvel its remarkable exhibits.