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| Plateia Ag. Georgiou, Thessaloniki 546 35, Greece
+30 231 096 8860
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
| Plateia Ag. Georgiou, Thessaloniki 546 35, Greece
+30 231 096 8860
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This impressive round building is one of the famous places in Thessaloniki. It is the oldest Thessaloniki's church, and maybe the oldest Christian church in the world. The Rotunda was built in 306 AD by Galerius, the Roman Emperor, probably as a temple of Zeus...More

Thank JolieMarjorie
Reviewed 2 days ago

This is another interesting piece in Thessaloniki and seeing how this church changed over the years from various religions to like pagan religion to Christian religion over the many cultures that took it over.

Thank Richard V
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

As this was the oldest building in Thessaloniki and likened to the glorious Pantheon in Rome, I wanted to visit during our brief full day in this wonderful, lively town. There is a melancholic atmosphere which pervades this ancient beauty, who has survived the ravages...More

1  Thank 16R25D
Reviewed 4 days ago

Unfortunately it wasn't open when we arrived. We walked around it to see it's architecture and it looks amazing. It looks better than the other churches in Thessaloniki.

Thank Kosta B
Reviewed 1 week ago

It was built c. AD 306 in the reign of Galerius caesar , either as temple of Zeus or Kabeiros or as the Emperor's mausoleum. During the fifth century , the christians carried out the necessary changes and re-configurations to convert the building into a...More

2  Thank CHRTEME
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Try and visit when in Thessaloniki as the Rotonda is shrouded in history. A modest entry fee of €2 pp is payable. You can view some of the ancient mosaics that still remain as well relics on the outside yards.

1  Thank PaulPits
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a church that lasted so many years and they have created an exhibition, of how different empires and religions, changed the whole area. A lot of cruel things have happened.

1  Thank redman5314
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

From the exterior Rotunda doesnt seemed to be anything special. However when i stepped into the Church i was suprised by the spaciousness and the beautiful mosaic on the ceiling. One of the more completed mosaic that i've seem which was not preserved in the...More

Thank scy86
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Since you are in Thessaloniki you shouldn't miss this great landmark building. It's not too impressive inside but for the low price entrance its worth visiting. All UNESCO heritage sites should not be missed.

Thank Creeping_Death_LA
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

only 2 euro per person to enter, it is a lovely and well worth a visit. A lot of history inside.the gardens are also very well maintained

Thank cappleton2
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