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A trip to the ottoman past

A rare monument of the Ottoman past of Greece, it helps you understand the importance of the city... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2018
Marina P
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Athens, Greece
A restored (early 20th Century form), historical building of the Ottoman Era

This is a historical building/mausoleum that 'accommodated' the tomb of the founder of the town... read more

Reviewed 20 December 2016
ThanosFot
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Athens, Greece
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28 May 2018
“A trip to the ottoman past”
19 Dec 2016
“A restored (early 20th Century form), historical building of the Ottoman Era”
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

A rare monument of the Ottoman past of Greece, it helps you understand the importance of the city during that period. Together with the exhibit with the paintings of Edward Lear from the area in about 1850 they give a glimpse of the past. Very...More

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Reviewed 20 December 2016

This is a historical building/mausoleum that 'accommodated' the tomb of the founder of the town, the Gazi (Ottoman Knight) Evrenos. Evrenos belonged once to the Byzantine nobility (original name, probably Vryennios ?) who became an apostate/ renegade, joined the Ottoman forces, captured Thessaloniki and founded...More

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