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Alatza Imaret, Thessaloniki

(4.2/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • Unique Ottoman architectural monument-building since it is uniquely well preserved throughout the country as well as t-type ... It was at the same time worship place but and Poorhouse ...
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  • Visited the monument in November 2016! This is a fantastic monument and I was really lucky because that weekend had open house with free tours. We learned that the monument is passed the municipality of Thessaloniki and chisimopoieitai for events. But the general picture of the building were slightly daunting with strong signs of maintenance plimeloys
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  • Building of the Ottoman period, in one of the most central streets of Thessaloniki, behind the Church of St. Demetrius, i.e. most central is not done! Worth a visit as hosts at times very interesting happenings. Admission is free. Grab the opportunity.
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  • Building was open when I visited on a late Sunday morning... The place housed a collection of historical and fantasy costumes creating a both bizarre and stunning atmosphere.
  • A beautiful building, one of the earliest Ottoman mosques surviving to this day.
  • Closed and not well maintained. Impossible to figure out what the opening times are. If you stumble upon it on your way there, it may be worth a photo, otherwise not worth the detour.
  • Historic place from the times of the Ottoman empire
  • A sight quite well hidden. It really appears in front of you where you didn't expect it. However for me it was a pleasant surprise.
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