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Kountouriotou 73 Perea 57019 Greece
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83/100

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  • Breakdown Rating Guest comments
  • Beach 87 Beautiful beach
  • Service 98 Fantastic service
  • Location 94 Great location
  • Hotel 88 Excellent hotel
  • Food 85 Delicious food
  • Ambiance 81 Great ambiance
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Family Hotel

Guests think this is a family-friendly hotel.

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  • Clean hotel facilities
  • Pleasant entertainment
  • Great reception
  • Great shopping
  • Small rooms
83 out of 100 based on 578 reviews
Lefkos Pirgos

Lefkos Pirgos

Lefkos Pirgos (The white Tower) is located on the waterfront of Thessaloniki on the Niki promenade. It is a symbol and one of the most famous sites of the city. The tower is one of three that were part of the sea wall. It linked the east and the sea wall and separates Jewish and Muslim cemeteries from the European neighbourhood. The white Tower was built in the 16th century by the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Great. It was used as barracks, and later on as a prison in which were sentenced to death the enemies of the Ottoman empire. In 1826 by order of Sultan Mahmud II all prisoners were killed. Because of that the tower until the end of the 19th century was known as the Red or Bloody Tower. The tower is elongated and has six floors. Its height is above 30 meters, diameter is 22.7 meters. The top can be reached by 120-foot spiral staircase. The view from the tower is to the harbor. In the 19th century the tower was repainted in white, and there its current name comes from. In Levkos Pyrgos is placed a Byzantine Museum, where are shown artefacts from the Byzantium period of Thessaloniki.

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