Delasalle grove

Many years before the villas of the countryside district, there was another area of Thessaloniki that was famous for its luxurious mansions and wealthy residents. That place was Urendjick, which in turkish means “little paradise”, and today it’s called Retziki or Pefka. That is where what’s … Click to read moreDelasalle grove

zeitenlik

  zeitenlik, which means “olive grove” in turkish, lies near Lagada st. about 1.5 km north of Vardaris square. It is the biggest military necropolis in Greece since the end of WWI. Here are buried more than twenty thousand soldiers from the Entente forces, French, … Click to read morezeitenlik

Pavlos Melas camp

Next in the series “Unseen Thessaloniki” is a picture taken in the former camp “Pavlos Melas”, which happens to be one of my favourite shootning spots. The place has a big history and it deserves to be salvaged and have the best possible use in … Click to read morePavlos Melas camp

pasha’s gardens

Some say this is the most mysterious place in Thessaloniki. Its mystical aura is the city’s biggest puzzle and its beauty and charm are undeniable. Just behind St. Demetrios hospital there is a green park, unknown to most. The park has been given the name “pasha’s … Click to read morepasha’s gardens

countryside district

This is the beginning of a new series I decided to create. The series will revolve around the city I have lived in for the past sixteen years, Thessaloniki. Over the years I have discovered many intriguing places in the city and the surrounding area, … Click to read morecountryside district