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Church of Agios Dimitrios

Agiou Dimitriou 83, Thessaloniki 546 33, Greece
+30 231 027 0008
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“patron saint” (45 reviews)
“roman bath” (15 reviews)
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Agiou Dimitriou 83, Thessaloniki 546 33, Greece
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+30 231 027 0008
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Reviewed 1 March 2017

Massive ceilings, amazing artwork, roman style arches and columns. Was very interesting to see the differences in Greek Orthodox church and western styles. Was amazed to see so many people kissing the portraits of their saints. All I could think of was the germs. Worth...More

1  Thank Derek D
Reviewed 24 February 2017 via mobile

Not only is the church a sentimental and religious monument also it is such an architectural beauty with so many details and history! Right at the center easy to access and of course free to enter just respect the place and church ,It is not...More

1  Thank Zwzw R
Reviewed 23 February 2017

A miracle of Christianity Orthodox Church (NOT JEWISH)!! with a very special architectural intrest. The Holy Pictures inside the temple on the roof and the walls are exquisite! The most important season to go, is October because they bring in this temple ONLY, a painted...More

Thank Maria K
Reviewed 22 February 2017

Very big church with historic importance. It's located 10 minutes walk from Aristotelous square. In the basement, there are the catacombs of St. Demetrios.

Thank Eledem
Reviewed 19 February 2017

The famous one (together with Agia Sofia). Interesting, dedicated to the Patron of town. Impressive.

Thank Rorivolta56
Reviewed 18 February 2017

An amazing church with a lot of history inside her walls!! Its a monument that every christian has to visit if they are visiting thessaloniki!!

Thank Alexander P
Reviewed 16 February 2017

It is an impressive church. The metropolitan church of Thessaloniki dedicated to the patron Saint of city Saint (Agios) Dimitrios. It is an impressive building which you must visit.

Thank ioannisg672
Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

For any religion this church is a must see miracle. After going all of you travellers will agree with me. Agios Demetrios has under the big more new in time church the ancient one that is the most ancient I have ever seen. You can...More

Thank Giorgos k
Reviewed 13 February 2017

the crypt is quite impressive and unusual the whole structure is really old but well preserved i guess one doesnt have to be religious to find it interesting.the entrance is free but last time i checked it was supposed to be closed on mondays

Thank 953evangeliam
Reviewed 8 February 2017

The place is full of historically interesting things. Must-visit when in Thessaloniki. It can tell you a lot about Greek history!

Thank Lina D
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Theresa D
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Response from Arthur A | Reviewed this property |
Monday is a holy day. Church will be open for Mass! Visit the catacombs!
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